The Canadian Association of Professionals in Regulatory Affairs (CAPRA) is an organization dedicated to providing its members with opportunities to enhance their professional development and maximize career opportunities. Whether you are a student, an entry-level associate or an experienced executive, a membership with CAPRA is a must.

We foster learning, networking and professional excellence of our members. We will build and strengthen relationships with governmental agencies, scientific experts and industry educators in order to create an affordable, professionally fulfilling and academically enriching environment for our members.

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Introduction to Regulatory Affairs and the Regulatory Affairs Profession



A listing on the CAPRA website is available to consulting companies whose primary focus is Regulatory Affairs, Clinical Research, Quality Control or Compliance (GCP, GLP, GMP) for pharmaceuticals, biologics, veterinary drugs, medical devices, cosmetics, over-the-counter products, or natural health products.

Pickering, Ontario OntRAQC Consulting 2018-02-05
Milton, Ontario Robin Loconte 2018-02-05
Laval, Quebec Consultpharm Inc. 2018-02-01
Mississauga, Ontario RaQa Consulting Inc. 2018-02-01
Québec, Quebec Normand Robichaud Services conseils Inc. 2018-01-30


Reach CAPRA members through the NOC (News of Course), or place an employment ad in our listings.



Available to CAPRA Members

Planning to place an employment advertisement through CAPRA/ACRP? Looking for a new career opportunity? If so, you have come to the right place! CAPRA now has over 900 members in the regulatory affairs field!

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Employers: Regulatory professionals are difficult to find. Win the competition for talent, by advertising in CAPRA. Our email employment notice service brings you access to hundreds of top class, experienced professionals. One of them may be just whom you are looking for!



Health Canada: Plan to Phase out Most Uses of Clothianidin and Thiamethoxam

Health Canada: Plan to Phase out Most Uses of Clothianidin and Thiamethoxam

Neonicotinoids are a class of pesticides used to control insects on a variety of agricultural crops, including seed treatments, and on turf and ornamental plants.

Vanessa’s Law – Taking a First Look

Vanessa’s Law – Taking a First Look

Vanessa’s Law (Protecting Canadians from Unsafe Drugs Act), first enacted in 2014, added section 21.1(3) to Canada’s Food and Drugs Act to permit the Minister of Health to disclose confidential business information about a therapeutic product in certain circumstances. For the first time since the 2014 amendment, a court was called upon to interpret and apply Vanessa’s Law. Doshi v. Canada represents the first such judicial consideration.

Guidance on Notifying Health Canada of Foreign Actions

Guidance on Notifying Health Canada of Foreign Actions

The guidance document on Notifying Health Canada of Foreign Actions (the “Guidance Document”) is intended to help Market Authorization Holders (“MAH”) of a Drug Identification Number (“DIN”) or Notice of Compliance (“NOC”) to maintain compliance. Per the Food and Drug Regulations, it is a requirement for a MAH to inform Health Canada of foreign regulatory actions relevant to its products marketed in Canada.