We have not received a response at this time. We will reach out to Health Canada to see what the status of this question is. In the interim, we will continue to apply our understanding that this cannot been done as this would contravene consumer regulations.
Hey @Infoseeker, Section 3 of the Food and Drug Act, prohibits advertising to the general public of any drug (whether Rx or non-Rx) as a treatment for a disease listed in Schedule A. Promotion of drugs for prevention of Schedule A does not contravene this section of the Act. The Food and Drug Regulation C.01.004 also states that where a person advertises to the general public a prescription drug, the person shall not make any representation other than with respect to the brand name, proper name, common name, price and quantify of the drug. If the brand falls into these categories, then yes, a gate would be required.