After being accepted into the University of Manitoba, Myles decided to focus his studies on Science to better understand the innerworkings of the human body, in order to help people in the future. In his fourth year of University Myles was elected as the President of the Pharmacy Faculty, leading his department to strive for academic and communal excellence. In 1974 Myles graduated University on the Deans Honor Role.
In 1979 Myles began his Pharmaceutical career in his home town of Dauphin, taking residency at The Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy. Myles was held in high regard when he became one of the youngest pharmacist in the clinics history. Along with his growing knowledge of the industry, Myles wanted to expand his mind and experience everything that he could. In 1983 he became a Certified Orthotic Fitter, a difficult endeavour that included 1,000 hours of orthotic fitting patient care experience in order to receive the certificate. As well as becoming a Certified Asthma Educator (CRE) in 1999. Since joining the clinic Myles developed a strong interest in custom compounding, a practice in which a customized medication is prepared by a pharmacist according to a doctor’s specifications to meet an individual patient’s need. He achieved his goal to become a Professional Compounding Specialist by visiting Houston Texas in 2001 to the Professional Compounding Centres of America. Thanks to Myles’ efforts, this difficult feat has now branded the Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy as a lifetime member of the PCCA. Myles continues to better himself in his role at the clinic and is always looking to improve his skills.