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. Pharmacy Operator Partners represent leading pharmacy organizations.
The campaign, which includes digital ads, a microsite detailing the position, and a grassroots advocacy call to action focused on targeting MPs and ridings, launched April 5. To date, it ha…
Our top priority has, and always will be, improving access to prescription medications for all Canadians. We want to be a part of the solution that ensures no Canadian will go without th…
Neighbourhood Pharmacies and the Ontario Pharmacists Association submitted a detailed proposal to the Ontario Ministry of Health to support the expansion of COVID-19 diagnostic testing in pharmacies,…
Neighbourhood Pharmacies submitted a Federal Pre-Budget Submission in advance of the 2021 election.
On February 25, Neighbourhood Pharmacies submitted the attached responses to the CADTH Advisory Panel on a Framework for a Prescription Drug List (Advisory Panel), to be considered in their reco…
Today, Neighbourhood Pharmacists released a statement responding to announcement of a confidence agreement between the Liberal and NDP parties. In particular, Neighbourhood Pharmacies underscored the…
All Canadians deserve access to medications without financial barrier. The majority of Canadians have good prescription drug coverage under our current system, but some still lack it.