77 Canada Pharmacy ships orders to the U.S.A, Canada and Most Countries
If you do not find your answers here – please contact us – 1-800-545-1106 or (011) 1-204-788-1815 (outside USA/Canada)
Q: Do I need a prescription for all items?
Our fax # is: 1-866-982-9542. You can order online or by phone at 1-800-545-1106.
Q: What payment methods do you accept?
Q: What is the cost and time of shipping?
$15 for Express delivery of 3 to 8 business days to USA or Canada. (unlimited items from Canada)
$49 for International delivery of 10 to 25 days. (unlimited items to countries outside Canada & USA)
Q: Do we have tracking for your order?
Q: How long have we been in business and are we licensed?
Q: Can our Pharmacy accept my prescription drug insurance?
Q: Is all of my information kept confidential?
Q: What is your return policy?
Q: Do we accept prescriptions from countries outside the USA/Canada?
Q: Who makes Canadian genericmedication and are they safe?
Q: Can instant chat operators answer my drug related questions?
Q: Are your prices in US dollars or Canadian dollars?
Q: Why does some medication look different or have different names than the ones purchased from my local pharmacy?
Firstly, if you are used to Brand Name pills and you have ordered a Generic from us, the pills we send you WILL LOOK DIFFERENT. Generics do not look the same as the Brand Name products, even though they have the SAME ACTIVE INGREDIENT and work in EXACTLY THE SAME WAY. A manufacturer may change the appearance of a Brand Name pill. For example, Celexa 20MG is a peach colored pill in the US , yet the Canadian pill is white and a little bit smaller than the US pill. Both pills are Celexa 20MG, both have the SAME ACTIVE INGREDIENT, and both are made by the SAME COMPANY. But, for whatever reason, the manufacturer decided to make the Canadian pill a different color. Lastly, when comparing 2 different Generics, they WILL LOOK DIFFERENT if they are made by 2 different companies.
It is also common for a drug manufacturer to market medication under different names in different countries. (For example Prilosec (U.S.) and Losec ( Canada ), or Augmentin ( U.S. ) and Clavulin ( Canada ).