Considering the severity of the on-going Covid-19 global pandemic, Health Canada (HC) is consistently warning hand sanitizer manufacturers about the use of the right formulation and ingredients in their products. Recently, the Agency halted 12 hand sanitizer companies from selling their unsanctioned products in the Canada due to the presence of unapproved ingredients.
August 24, 2020 Medical Devices
To place a cosmetic product successfully in a market, manufacturers are required to decode and comply with the cosmetic regulations of the target country. While some countries follow the global cosmetic regulations, others have their own set of regulations established to monitor the products.
Animal testing has always attracted a lot of attention from the industry because of its controversial nature. From the last decade, Cruelty Free International (CFI) has been encouraging companies across the world to stop the testing of cosmetics on animals to create a harmonized, cruelty free global market.
February 20, 2019 Medical Devices
Health Canada (HC) has one of the most stringent regulations for medical devices. To further increase the safety and effectiveness of devices, and optimize the health outcomes for end-users, the Canadian health authority (HA) is aiming to strengthen the current Regulatory framework. The three-part strategy announced recently as an action plan is the part of the same.