ARCHIVED - Agreements
Health Canada is involved in a number of bilateral and multilateral agreements and arrangements in different states with the purpose or intent to achieve defined objectives. Such agreements may be legally binding or not, depending on their nature.
Other terms used to describe agreements include accord, convention, declaration, final act, general act, pact and protocol. Other forms of agreements include letters of agreement, letters of intent, various types of memoranda and mutual recognition agreements.
From here, you can obtain information about various agreements Health Canada is involved in with other departments, governments and stakeholders.
- Cooperative agreements and activities on drug products
- International agreements
- Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRAs) - covering drug/medicinal products Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) Compliance Programmes.
- WHO resolution on health promotion (1998)
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