Health Canada publishes guidance on distinction between advertising and other activities for health products

Promotional messages and activities regarding a health product are subject to the advertising provisions under the Food and Drugs Act (FDA), the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and/or their associated regulations. For example, subsections 9(1) and 20(1) of the FDA prohibit advertising any drug or device in a manner that is……
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