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Active Member

Any pharmacist who is registered under the laws of a province of Canada to practice the profession of pharmacy can become an active member of OCPhA. Upon registration and payment of the annual fee, Active members of OCPhA enjoy full membership benefits and have a vote on Association matters.

Student Members

Any undergraduate or graduate student actively enrolled in a recognized school of pharmacy or serving a specific training period prior to registration as a pharmacist and registered with a provincial regulatory authority can become a student member of OCPhA. Upon registration, student members enjoy full membership benefits but do not have a vote on Association matters. Student members do not have to pay the annual membership fee. If you are a student or a non-licensed pharmacist please contact our membership coordinator by clicking here.

Associate Members

Any individual not registered under the laws of a province of Canada to practice the profession of pharmacy but having completed a degree from a recognized school of pharmacy or having successfully completed the PEBC Pharmacist Evaluating Exam can become an associate member of OCPhA. Upon registration and payment of the annual fee, Associate members enjoy full membership benefits but do not have a vote on Association matters.

Become an OCPhA Member

Join OCPhA now using your credit card or debit card or PayPal account.
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  • No fee to attend CE events
  • Job postings
  • Prescription fraud alerts
  • and more ...

$50 Annual Fee 
(January 1st to December 31st)

The Ottawa-Carleton Pharmacists' Association (OCPhA) welcomes applications from new and returning members.

The term of membership runs from the date that OCPhA receives your completed application to December 31st of the that year.

To submit your membership application, please download and follow the instructions on this membership form.

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