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Tylenol No. 1 required a prescription in Manitoba as of February 2016. Now Saskatchewan’s College of Pharmacy Professionals is considering a ban on selling non-prescription codeine products. (CBC)

Saskatchewan’s regulatory body for pharmacists is eyeing a ban on the sale of non-prescription codeine products in pharmacies. These medications must have warning labels. But that could be changing in Saskatchewan.

The college expects a final decision in the coming months

In its April 2018 newsletter, the college said its council recently discussed the availability of these products. “In response to the opioid crisis, developments in other provinces, growing member concerns over misuse of these products and recent information demonstrating little if any therapeutic benefit, Council agreed in principle to ban the sale of these products from pharmacies,” it reads.

“This means that we will submit a proposed regulatory bylaw amendment to stakeholders for consultation before finalizing this decision.” Reached on Tuesday, the college declined to provide an interview on the matter.

However, it said the next step is to consult with stakeholders with the plan to make a final decision in the coming months.

The regulatory college for doctors in Saskatchewan has already pledged its support to make codeine products available through prescription only.

Current codeine rules

According to the pharmacy college’s reference manual, someone buying a low-dose codeine medication can expect counseling from a pharmacist to specify what ailment they are using the drug for, and the last time they purchased such a product.

Pharmacy staff also have a database that allows them to record the sales of these medications. If they see the same customer recently bought the drug, they can refuse to sell them more.

Health Canada considering a change to the prescription status

Health Canada is also mulling similar changes when it comes to access to codeine medications. Last November, it published a regulatory notice that it was considering making a change so that all pills and cough syrups containing codeine would require a prescription.

“The Department is currently reviewing the comments received and it will use these comments to determine how to proceed with any potential changed concerning low-dose codeine,” reads a statement from the agency.

As of February 1, 2016, the College of Physicians and Surgeons in Manitoba changed its regulations so people require a prescription to obtain products like Tylenol No. 1.