Marginal note:Multiple deliveries
17. A licensed dealer must not, in respect of an order for a targeted substance, deliver the order in more than one delivery unless
(a) the order for the substance states that the quantity of the substance that was ordered is to be supplied
(i) in separate deliveries, which in no case may total more than four, and
(ii) at specified intervals or on specified dates; or
(b) the licensed dealer has insufficient stock of the substance at the time of receipt of the order, in which case the dealer may supply the quantity of the substance that the dealer has in stock and may deliver the balance afterwards in a single supplementary delivery.
Marginal note:Eligible persons
18. To be eligible to be a licensed dealer, a person must be
(a) an individual who ordinarily resides in Canada;
(b) a corporation that has its head office in Canada or operates a branch office in Canada; or
(c) an individual who occupies a position that includes responsibility for a targeted substance on behalf of a department of the government of Canada or of a province, a police force, a hospital or a university in Canada.
Marginal note:Qualified person in charge
19. (1) A licensed dealer
(a) must employ, at the premises to which the dealer’s licence applies, no more than one qualified person in charge (who may be the licensed dealer) who supervises the activities with respect to the targeted substances set out in the dealer’s licence and who is responsible for ensuring compliance with these Regulations on behalf of the licensed dealer; and
(b) may employ an alternate qualified person in charge at that premises who may perform the duties of the qualified person in charge when that person is absent.
(2) The qualified person in charge and, if applicable, the alternate qualified person in charge must
(a) be familiar with the provisions of the Act and the regulations that apply to the dealer’s licence held by their employer and have a sufficient knowledge of chemistry and pharmacology and experience in those fields to properly carry out their duties;
(i) be a pharmacist or a practitioner of medicine, dentistry or veterinary medicine, registered with a provincial professional licensing authority, or
(ii) possess a degree in an applicable science — such as pharmacy, medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, pharmacology, organic chemistry or chemical engineering — that is awarded by a Canadian university or, if awarded by a foreign university, that is recognized by a Canadian university or a Canadian professional association; and
(c) not have been convicted, as an adult, in the previous 10 years, of
(i) in Canada, a designated drug offence, or
(ii) in a country other than Canada, an offence that, if committed in Canada, would have constituted a designated drug offence.
- SOR/2010-223, s. 5;
- SOR/2012-230, s. 26.
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