Food and Drug Regulations (C.R.C., c. 870)

Regulations are current to 2014-12-08 and last amended on 2014-11-07. Previous Versions

Food and Drug Regulations

C.R.C., c. 870

FOOD AND DRUGS ACT

Regulations Respecting Food and Drugs

PART AADMINISTRATION

General

 These Regulations may be cited as the Food and Drug Regulations.

 These Regulations, where applicable, prescribe the standards of composition, strength, potency, purity, quality or other property of the article of food or drug to which they refer.

 [Repealed, SOR/94-289, s. 1]

Interpretation

 In these Regulations,

“acceptable method”

“acceptable method” means a method of analysis or examination designated by the Director as acceptable for use in the administration of the Act and these Regulations; (méthode acceptable)

“Act”

“Act” means the Food and Drugs Act, except in Parts G and J; (Loi)

“common-law partner”

“common-law partner”, in relation to an individual, means a person who is cohabiting with the individual in a conjugal relationship, having so cohabited for a period of at least one year; (conjoint de fait)

“cubic centimetre”

“cubic centimetre” and its abbreviation “cc.” shall be deemed to be interchangeable with the term “millilitre” and its abbreviation “ml.”; (centimètre cube)

“Director”

“Director” means the Assistant Deputy Minister, Health Products and Food Branch, of the Department of Health; (Directeur)

“inner label”

“inner label” means the label on or affixed to an immediate container of a food or drug; (étiquette intérieure)

“Lot number”

“Lot number” means any combination of letters, figures, or both, by which any food or drug can be traced in manufacture and identified in distribution; (numéro de lot)

“manufacturer”

“manufacturer”[Repealed, SOR/97-12, s. 1]

“manufacturer”

“manufacturer” or “distributor” means a person, including an association or partnership, who under their own name, or under a trade-, design or word mark, trade name or other name, word or mark controlled by them, sells a food or drug; (fabricantordistributeur)

“official method”

“official method” means a method of analysis or examination designated as such by the Director for use in the administration of the Act and these Regulations; (méthode officielle)

“outer label”

“outer label” means the label on or affixed to the outside of a package of a food or drug; (étiquette extérieure)

“prescription drug”

“prescription drug” means a drug that is set out in the Prescription Drug List, as amended from time to time, or a drug that is part of a class of drugs that is set out in it; (drogue sur ordonnance)

“Prescription Drug List”

“Prescription Drug List” means the list established by the Minister under section 29.1 of the Act; (Liste des drogues sur ordonnance)

“principal display panel”

“principal display panel” has the same meaning as in the Consumer Packaging and Labelling Regulations; (espace principal)

“security package”

“security package” means a package having a security feature that provides reasonable assurance to consumers that the package has not been opened prior to purchase. (emballage de sécurité)

  • SOR/84-300, s. 1(F);
  • SOR/85-141, s. 1;
  • SOR/89-455, s. 1;
  • SOR/97-12, s. 1;
  • SOR/2000-353, s. 1;
  • SOR/2001-272, s. 5;
  • SOR/2003-135, s. 1;
  • SOR/2013-122, s. 1.