Narcotic Control Regulations (C.R.C., c. 1041)
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Regulations are current to 2023-03-20 and last amended on 2022-03-31. Previous Versions
65.1 [Repealed, SOR/2018-147, s. 25]
65.2 [Repealed, SOR/2018-147, s. 25]
65.3 [Repealed, SOR/2018-147, s. 25]
66 [Repealed, SOR/97-227, s. 3]
Marginal note:Opium poppy
67 The Minister may, on application for it, issue a licence to any person who, in the opinion of the Minister, is qualified to produce opium poppy for scientific purposes, on any terms and conditions that the Minister considers necessary.
- SOR/2013-119, s. 227(E)
- SOR/2016-123, s. 2(F)
- SOR/2018-147, s. 26
Marginal note:Identification or analysis of narcotic
68 (1) Despite anything in these Regulations, a person may, for the purpose of identification or analysis of a narcotic, provide or deliver it to
(a) a practitioner of medicine; or
(b) an agent or mandatary of a practitioner of medicine, if the agent or mandatary is exempted under section 56 of the Act with respect to the possession of that narcotic for that purpose.
Marginal note:Agent or mandatary of practitioner of medicine
(2) An agent or mandatary of a practitioner of medicine who receives the narcotic must immediately provide or deliver it to
(a) the practitioner; or
(b) the Minister.
Marginal note:Practitioner of medicine
(3) A practitioner of medicine who receives the narcotic must immediately provide or deliver it
(a) for the purpose of its identification or analysis, to a person who is exempted under section 56 of the Act with respect to the possession of that narcotic for that purpose; or
(b) to the Minister.
- SOR/85-930, s. 9
- SOR/99-124, s. 8
- SOR/2004-237, s. 26
- SOR/2018-69, ss. 75, 77
- SOR/2019-169, s. 24
Marginal note:Records — person who is exempted or who has received a narcotic for the purpose of identification or analysis
69 Every person who is exempted under section 56 of the Act with respect to the possession of a narcotic — other than a person to whom a narcotic has been administered, sold, delivered or provided by a practitioner of medicine who is exempted under section 56 of the Act from the application of any subsection of section 53 with respect to that narcotic —, every practitioner of medicine who has received a narcotic under subsection 68(1) or (2) and every agent or mandatary of a practitioner of medicine who has received a narcotic under subsection 68(1) must
(a) keep a record of the following information for a two-year period beginning on the day on which the record is made
(i) the name and quantity of any narcotic purchased or received by them and the date on which it was purchased or received,
(ii) the name and address of the person from whom the narcotic was purchased or received, and
(iii) particulars of the use to which the narcotic was put;
(b) provide any information respecting the narcotic that the Minister may require; and
(c) permit access to the records that are required to be kept by these Regulations.
- SOR/85-588, s. 23
- SOR/99-124, s. 9
- SOR/2004-237, s. 27
- SOR/2010-221, s. 15
- SOR/2018-69, s. 75
- SOR/2019-169, s. 24
70 It is prohibited to
(a) advertise a narcotic to the general public;
(b) advertise a preparation referred to in section 36 in a pharmacy; or
(c) publish any written advertisement respecting a narcotic unless that advertisement displays the symbol “N” in a clear and conspicuous colour and size in the upper left quarter of its first page.
71 [Repealed, SOR/2019-169, s. 25]
Marginal note:Notification of application for order of restoration
72 (1) For the purpose of subsection 24(1) of the Act, notification of an application for an order of restoration must be given in writing to the Attorney General by registered mail and be mailed at least 15 days before the date on which the application is to be made to a justice.
Marginal note:Content of notice
(2) The notification must specify
(a) the name of the justice to whom the application is to be made;
(b) the time and place at which the application is to be heard;
(c) details concerning the narcotic or other thing in respect of which the application is to be made; and
(d) the evidence on which the applicant intends to rely to establish that they are entitled to possession of the narcotic or other thing referred to in paragraph (c).
- SOR/97-227, s. 4
- SOR/2019-169, s. 26
Marginal note:Communication of information by Minister to nursing statutory body
73 (1) The Minister may provide to a nursing statutory body any information concerning any member of that body that has been obtained under these Regulations or the Act.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a nurse practitioner.
(3) The following definitions apply in this section.
member means any person who is authorized by a nursing statutory body to practice nursing. (membre)
- nursing statutory body
nursing statutory body means any provincial professional licensing authority that, in accordance with the laws of that province, authorizes a person to practise nursing. (organisme régissant la profession d’infirmier)
- SOR/82-121, s. 1
- SOR/2010-221, s. 16
- SOR/2012-230, s. 24
- SOR/2013-119, s. 228
- SOR/2016-230, s. 278
- SOR/2018-147, s. 27
- SOR/2019-169, s. 27
Marginal note:Exemption — member of police force
74 A member of a police force or a person acting under their direction and control who, in respect of the conduct of the member or person, is exempt from the application of subsection 4(2) or section 5, 6 or 7 of the Act by virtue of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Police Enforcement) Regulations is, in respect of that conduct, exempt from the application of these Regulations.
- SOR/97-227, s. 5
- SOR/2019-169, s. 27
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