Consider a multinational pharmaceutical conglomerate that does business in many countries throughout the world. It is an inconvenient barrier and expense that every country has a different set of regulations governing the drugs it sells, and the corporation has to go through a different approval process in each state. So to eliminate this regulatory obstacle … Continue reading Canada Well On Its Way To Being “Codexed”
E-cigarettes have become more and more popular in the last few years. They are now widely accessible, sold at gas stations as well as specialty stores and over the internet. It’s now common to see e-cigarettes being used both inside and outside restaurants and bars. They have been praised as quitting smoking aids and have … Continue reading Health Canada’s Hypocrisy on E-Cigarettes or Vaping
Natural Health Products have been the subject of scrutiny for a very long time and though critics of their use often try to argue that manufacturers of them make unrealistic health claims or that the product inside the bottle is not what is on the label, the reality is that these baseless arguments are not … Continue reading The Biggest Problem with Natural Health Products Might Surprise You
Natural Health Product Regulations In the mid-1990s Health Canada started attacking NHPs. Products were taken away from Canadians because they were not complying with the chemical drug regulations. Canadians became so alarmed that they rebelled. This was perhaps the largest citizen movement in Canadian history. The message from Canadians was clear: we wanted our access … Continue reading 3 Threats to Health Freedom in Canada
When the Natural Health Product Regulations came into effect in 2004, there was great fear among those in the industry – and not without good reason. With time, tens of thousands of products have disappeared from Canadian shelves and those that remain have been massively altered. Gaping holes where American imports used to sit and … Continue reading What Will the Natural Health Product Industry Be Like in 10 years?