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 Vision, Mission & Values

The College of Pharmacists of Manitoba (the College) was established in 1878 as the Manitoba Pharmaceutical Association (MPhA) and is the pharmacy regulatory and licensing authority in Manitoba. Under the December 2006 Pharmaceutical Act , (implemented January 1, 2014) the name changed to the College of Pharmacists of Manitoba. The principal mandate of the College is the protection of the public.

To fulfill our mandate, the College:

The College is a founding member of Canada's National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (NAPRA) and is a member of District Five of the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP).  In 2004, the NABP awarded the College the Fred T. Mahaffey Award in recognition of "outstanding efforts to protect public health and welfare".


Leader in patient safety by creating the framework for collaborative and innovative patient-centred pharmacy practice.


To protect the health and well-being of the public by ensuring and promoting safe, patient-centred, and progressive pharmacy practice in collaboration with other health-care providers.


The College activities are based on the following values and are the foundation of what we do:

Key Strategies and Goals:

Develop a holistic Quality Assurance Strategy that includes: 
Build and strengthen strategic relationships with stakeholders

Evaluate, align and allocate resources (Council, staff, volunteers) to support the execution of the strategic plan

Prioritization of the above Strategies is as approved by the College's Council.