National Medicine Take-Back Campaign

National, | Aug 10, 2015

The Vernon Morning Star published a great article this past weekend detailing this year’s National Medicine Take-Back Campaign and the importance of returning your unused and expired medications. You can view the article here.

Shoppers Drug Mart partners with the Partnership for a Drug Free Canada

National, | Jul 15, 2015

Shopper’s Drug Mart is partnering with the Partnership for a Drug Free Canada for the National Medicine Take-Back Campaign for the third time. This year’s campaign, which allows Canadians to drop off expired or unused medication at their local pharmacy, will also include Loblaw Pharmacy, bringing the total number of drop-off locations to 1,800. This […]

What’s in Your Medicine Cabinet?

Manitoba, | May 4, 2015

WINNIPEG, MB May 1, 2015 – Pharmacists Manitoba in partnership with the Health Products Stewardship Association (HPSA), the Winnipeg Police Service, and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police are reminding Manitobans to check their homes for unused or expired medications and return them to pharmacies on May 9, 2015 – the third annual National Prescription Drug […]

Fish Don’t Do Drugs!

British Columbia, | Feb 2, 2015

The Health Products Stewardship Association (HPSA) is pleased to announce its support for the BC Pharmacy Association’s new campaign to encourage the public to dispose of their unused and expired medications in a responsible manner. The ‘Fish Don’t Do Drugs’ video is a stark reminder that the proper way to dispose of medications is to […]

I Don’t Flush Public Awareness Campaign Launched in Ontario

Ontario, | Oct 17, 2014

TORONTO, ON — October 15, 2014 — Urging consumers to take a closer look at their water use habits, the Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) and the Clean Water Foundation (CWF) – in conjunction with The Regional Municipality of York Region, the Region of Peel and the Health Products Stewardship Association, launch the I don’t […]