If you are looking for a job where you don't have to spend the time and money to get a bachelor degree then you need to look at the healthcare field. This field is expanding rapidly and will be around for a long time.
There are officially 17 Canadian medical schools, six of which are in Ontario. Like much of the rest of Canada, most Ontario medical schools are meeting the need for extra students by opening up distributed sites. For example, McMaster medical school now trains many young doctors in Kitchener; the Northern Ontario Medical School trains people in both Sudbury and Thunder Bay.
If you have your hopes on getting into medical school then you should get an early start on learning just what it takes to get your application accepted. The admissions committee at any given university will choose what prerequisites they want to focus on in any given year, but overall there are a few standards that can be counted on as being important.
While there is a general set of medical school requirements that many universities will base their decisions upon, not every school has the exact same set. Each medical school admissions committee will ultimately decides what successful candidates will require prior to being considered for an interview.