Monthly archives for December, 2018

It’s Kinda A Big Dill: The Basics of Food Regulation in Canada

An essential part of any day, food is all around us.  Accessible from a variety of sources, everywhere from grocery stores to department stores to speciality retailers, if a threat ...

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Reducing Regulatory Burden: Repeal of the Toxics Reduction Act

An ongoing process for the Ontario government, goals have been made to reduce the “regulatory burden” on both manufacturers and government. Out with the old and in with the new, ...

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19Dec

Cosmetovigilance: Safety in Cosmetics

Cosmetovigilance: Safety in Cosmetics

What is Cosmetovigilance? Cosmetovigilance can be described as the careful post-market surveillance of cosmetic products after they have been made available to consumers.  More simply put it can be defined ...

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13Dec

Pharmacovigilance: Safety in Drugs

Pharmacovigilance: Safety in Drugs

What is Pharmacovigilance? Pharmacovigilance is defined by the World Health Organization as “the science and activities relating to the detection, assessment, understanding and prevention of adverse effects or any other ...

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In with the New Out with the Old: Acne Therapy and other Monographs Under Review

In with the New Out with the Old: Acne Therapy and other Monographs Under Review

When developing a product that requires market authorization, either by way of a DIN (drug identification number) or an NPN (natural product number), product monographs are essential documents provided by ...

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