By Mathieu Gagné and Dara Jospé.
Health Canada is seeking consultation on new standards for self-care products, over-the-counter (“OTC”) drugs, natural health products (“NHPs”), and cosmetics.
Health Canada is planning a major overhaul of the current regulatory system, in a stated effort to address concerns over misleading claims on product labels. In particular, the federal regulator is proposing a risk-based regulatory system that will require varying standards of approval depending on the potential health risks they pose.
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