The health care system here in Ontario provides a physiotherapist to visit you at home for the first 6 weeks (if it's deemed that you need it). But that service doesn't go on forever, and our 6 weeks have just about run out. The idea is to give you time to find (and pay for) your own physiotherapist.
Before leaving London I had been referred to a Physiotherapy Clinic in Owen Sound where there was a physiotherapist with some neurological training who could deal with a spinal cord injury. We were very impressed with our first visit. She actually had me moving my leg a fraction of a millimetre. This is hard work! I expect I'll end up going twice a week, at least until winter sets in. I hope it brings me to be able to transfer without using a sling and lift. Positive progress anyway!