The Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Yukon do not evaluate international pharmacy graduates for licensure. To obtain a licence to practise in this territory, you must first be licensed by another provincial pharmacy regulatory authority.

Northwest Territories

If you are licensed to practice pharmacy in another Canadian province and wish to apply for a licence to practise in the Northwest Territories, you must submit the following:

  • A completed application form (available from the Department of Health and Social Services, Government of the Northwest Territories);
  • A current detailed résumé, including details on location and dates of work history;
  • Three professional references (must be on forms supplied by Department of Health and Social Services). These must be mailed directly to the registrar from the individuals.

Submit application for pharmacist registration and licence fee ($250).

After successful completion of all of these requirements, you will be granted a licence to practice pharmacy in the Northwest Territories.

Nunavut

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
  • 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

Yukon

If you are licensed to practise pharmacy in another Canadian jurisdiction and wish to apply for a licence to practise in Yukon, you must submit the following:

  • An application for pharmacist registration available from the Department of Community Services, Government of Yukon, including passport-style photograph
  • A certificate of standing from the regulatory body in the Canadian jurisdiction where you are currently licensed
  • A certified copy of documents regarding residency status. These may include Canadian citizenship, permanent residency or a valid employment permit. 
  • Submit registration fee ($200)
  • Submit annual practice fee ($100 per year)

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

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