About the Neighbourhood Pharmacy Association of Canada
The Neighbourhood Pharmacy Association of Canada represents Canada's leading pharmacy organizations, including chain, banner, long-term care, specialty pharmacies, grocery chains, and mass merchandisers with pharmacies.
Board of Directors
Meet the Neighbourhood Pharmacies Board of Directors.
Neighbourhood Pharmacies Staff
Meet the Neighbourhood Pharmacies staff.
Neighbourhood Pharmacies Members & Pharmacy Operator Partners
Neighbourhood Pharmacies Members and Pharmacy Operator Partners represent Canada's leading pharmacy organizations that are home to the most trusted providers of drug therapies, pharmacy-based patient services and innovative healthcare solutions.
Neighbourhood Pharmacies Partners
Associate Partners and Premium Associate Partners represent all supply categories and services in the retail pharmacy industry.
Member & Partner Prospectus
The Members and Partners of the Neighbourhood Pharmacy Association of Canada are at the forefront of influencing positive change for our innovative, growing sector.
On June 24, Neighbourhood Pharmacies learned that the Alberta College of Pharmacy Council had approved revised Standards of Practice for Virtual Care. We are pleased to announce that, informatio…
On June 24, Neighbourhood Pharmacies provided a submission to the BC Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services on their 2023 Budget Consultation, with recommendations for expanding…
The Neighbourhood Pharmacy Association submitted comments in response to the consultation to modernize regulation under the Laboratory Specimen Collection Centre Licensing Act.
On April 14, Neighbourhood Pharmacies provided feedback to the Ontario Ministry of Health regarding their consultation on regulatory changes providing pharmacists with authority to prescribe for cert…
On August 10, Neighbourhood Pharmacies responded to the Ontario College of Pharmacists' consultation on a series of regulatory amendments to pharmacy professionals' scope of practice. We strongly sup…
On February 2, Ontario’s Minister of Health Sylvia Jones, Minister of Long-Term Care Paul Calandra and Minister of Colleges and Universities Jill Dunlop unveiled the province’s new healthcare p…