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Territory of Nunavut

Licensing Process in Nunavut

The Territory of Nunavut does not evaluate international pharmacy graduates for licensure at this time. To obtain a licence to practise in Nunavut, you must first be licensed by another pharmacy regulatory authority (PRA).

1. Application for Registration

    • If you are licensed to practice pharmacy in another Canadian province and wish to apply for a licence to practice in Nunavut, you must submit the following:
      • Application form from the Nunavut Department of Health. Include a statutory declaration of good character and a passport-style photograph with the completed form;
      • Current resume;
      • Three references from colleagues or supervisors who have worked with you within the last three years (must be on forms supplied by the Nunavut Department of Health);
      • A certificate of good standing from the PRAs in the province(s) where you are licensed

2. Licence Registration

    • Submit registration fee ($150).
    • Submit Annual Licensing fees ($100 per year).

After successful completion of all of these requirements, you will be granted a licence to practise pharmacy in Nunavut.

Notes: All costs are presented in Canadian dollars and do not include taxes. Fees are subject to change.