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Look Before You Leap: Pre-Canadian Launch Regulatory Considerations For U.S. Companies
Deciding whether or not to launch a food, drug, medical device, dietary supplement or cosmetic product in Canada involves a number of considerations.
Canada
20 May 2014
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Classify Patient Management Software in Canada
Health Canada has Clarified the approach taken by its Medical Devices Bureau to Classify Patient Management Software as Either A Class I Or A Class II Medical Device
Canada
21 Jun 2010
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Classifying Medical Device Software In Canada
Health Canada has indicated that it plans to release an updated notice on classifying patient management software in the coming weeks, modifying the notice it released on August 31, 2009.
Canada
18 Mar 2010
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Proposed Amendments To Canada's Pest Control Product Regulations
Proposed amendments to the Pest Control Products Regulations have been published for comment.
Canada
22 Dec 2009
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Biosimilars In Canada: New Draft Guidelines From Health Canada
Health Canada announced that it had granted marketing authorization for Omnitrope (a human growth hormone), the first subsequent entry biologic (SEB) to be approved for sale in Canada.
Canada
22 Jul 2009
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Canada´s Regulation Of Subsequent Entry Biologics
Health Canada has released a revised version of the draft guidance document "Information and Submission Requirements for Subsequent Entry Biologics".
Canada
8 Apr 2009
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Exclusive Protection Of Pesticide Data At Risk In Canada
Under the Pest Control Products Act (PCPA), which regulates pesticide products, a generic pesticide manufacturer may be able to rely on the data of any registrant provided that the manufacturer can establish that its product uses an active ingredient equivalent to that of the registered pesticide.
Canada
18 Jun 2008
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Amendments To The Patented Medicines (Notice Of Compliance) Regulations And The Data Protection Regulations Are Now In Force
On October 5, 2006, amendments to the Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations (PM(NOC) Regulations) and the Food and Drug Regulations (commonly referred to as the "Data Protection Regulations") came into force.
Canada
 
12 Oct 2006
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