I buy my meds from up north, eh. I could not be happier with Canadian meds.
Start with pharmacychecker.com and find who has the meds you need for the cheapest price.www.pharmacychecker.com
Then go visit the pharmacy's website. Find out their physical
location and get their Canadian pharmacy license number. It might be easy to find, or it might prove a challenge.
Once you know the province in which they are located, go to the National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities website, and go to the specific provincial regulatory authority.www.napra.org
Each province regulates the pharmacies within the province, and I know that British Columbia and Manitoba have the info available online. I suspect they all do, but you can also always call them.
Let's use me as an example to provide more specifics. I take Asacol for UC.
At the moment, BigMountainDrugs.com has it the cheapest at 54¢ a pill. Their address and license are easy to find.www.bigmountaindrugs.com/aboutUs.aspx
BigMountainDrugs.com is in BC so it's the College of Pharmacists of British Columbia.www.bcpharmacists.org/
Here is their search capability.https://eservices.bcpharmacists.org/psearch/
1200 mg Canadian Asacol twice a day
20 mg Omeprazole once a day