Follow along through our premed resources to help you pick your undergraduate college, pick your major and your courses. Before you start studying for any exams or writing your application essays, you should know when and in which order it is best to do all these things so that you don't miss any deadlines or study for an exam so early that by the time you get to take it you forget everything you learned.
The firmly set deadlines of the official AMCAS application are hardly negotiable, but the rest before that is pretty much up to you and the period afterwards is mainly directed by each individual medical school - for more information about what to do when, look here.
I am not completely sure about this, but as stated above, some US medical schools particularly require US undergraduate education, and so at these schools, you might not be eligible to apply with Canadian college education, despite being a US citizen.
For example if you need to attend the school after a year because you can't move out to the school yet, but want to take that year to still get started on your degree, (maybe you have a baby and need to be at home with the baby so your family can help while you study) you can opt for the online learning curriculum that first year then in the second sign up to take your classes in the actual school setting.
Lectures for medical students were disrupted more and more as the War progressed; when the British occupied the city in late 1777, all classes stopped and professors attempted to store privately as much as they could of the effects of the College, including the Medical School.