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Alliance Pharmacy

20 Furbacher Lane #2
Aurora, ON L4G 6W1

Toll-free Phone: 877-796-7979
Toll-free Fax: 877-835-8329
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Grand Medicine

220 Cree Crescent, Winnipeg, MB R3J 3W1

Toll-free Phone: 877-612-2132
Toll-free Fax: 877-612-2133
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List of Pharmacies Where Product is Available

Manitoba

BON Pharmacy Ltd.

PO Box 130, 2 Bear Road
Scanterbury, MB R0E 1W0

Phone: 204-766-2336
Fax: 204-766-2425

Clarke’s Pharmacy

50 Selkirk Avenue
Thompson, MB R8N 0M7

Phone: 204-778-7008
Fax: 204-778-7619

Exchange District Pharmacy

286 McDermot Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3B 0T2

Phone: 204-942-0573
Fax: 204-942-0867

Fort Alexander Pharmacy

Box 248
Fort Alexander, MB
R0E 0P0

Phone: 204-367-9900
Fax: 204-367-9909

Gladstone Pharmacy

25 Dennis Street W
Gladstone, MB R0J 0T0

Phone: 204-385-2051
Fax: 204-385-2728

Pine Pharmacy

Box 520
Pine Falls, MB R0E 1M0

Phone: 204-367-2611
Fax: 204-367-2517

Shoppers Drugmart #2414 (St. Boniface Hospital)

409 Tache Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R2H 2A6

Phone: 204-231-4000
Fax: 204-231-4012

Shoppers Drugmart #544 (Portage la Prairie)

124 Saskatchewan Avenue E
Portage la Prairie, MB R1N 0L1

Phone: 204-857-7891
Fax: 204-857-9251

Stonewall Pharmacy Ltd.

Unit 17 - 333 Main St.
Stonewall, MB
R0C 2Z0

Phone: 204-467-8385
Fax: 204-467-8287

Super Thrifty Drug Mart, The Pas

Box 930, Station Main, Otineka Mall
The Pas, MB R9A 1P8

Phone: 204-623-5150
Fax: 204-623-2812

Super Thrifty Selkirk

362 Eveline St.
Selkirk, MB
R1A 1N3

Phone: 204-482-3641
Fax: 204-785-1958

White Cross Pharmacy, Portage la Prairie

5006 Crescent Road West
Portage la Prairie, MB R1N 0Y6

Phone: 204-857-9666
Fax: 204-856-0226

White Cross Pharmacy, Wolseley

647 Broadway Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3C 0X2

Phone: 204-786-8588
Fax: 204-786-6743

Ontario

Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy

700 Lakeview Drive
Kenora, ON P9N 3P7

Phone: 807-468-5225
Fax: 807-468-5625

Moss Park – Pharma Choice

325 Queen Street East
Toronto, ON M5A 1S9

Phone: 416-361-5713
Fax: 416-361-1293

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Testimonial

On September 12, 2017, BON (Brokenhead Ojibway Nation) Pharmacy held a diabetes clinic. BON Pharmacy is owned by the Brokenhead Ojibway First Nation and is located in Scanterbury, M.B. (approx. 45 min north of Winnipeg). The clinic was organized and operated by nurse Sandy Koropas (RN CDE), nurse Amelia Rigby (RN CDE), and pharmacist Lance Breland (B.Sc.Phm). Other key members of this clinic team were Lisa Laroque and Trinisha Wood who assisted in the preparation and workflow of the clinic. In total, 15 patients attended the clinic, to which 11 patients were given Spirit meters and supplies.
Lance Breland, manager of BON pharmacy, said “We had a good turn out for this clinic. We would like to host another clinic in the near future.”
Diabetes is a complex disease state that needs to be managed carefully. Therefore, early detection is paramount to gaining control over future complications. One patient who attended the clinic had an elevated glucose reading of 25.3 mmol/L. The patient was given lifestyle counselling and returned the next week with lower readings. This patient is being monitored and she is continuing to improve her
glucose readings.
Another patient attended the clinic because his spouse was concerned he may be at risk of developing diabetes. This patient did not have elevated glucose readings, but appreciated the fact that this service is provided in his community.
In another example, a patient had been non-compliant with taking her oral diabetes medication for the last two years. The clinic was an opportunity to remind this patient that it is important to take the medications as directed. She was restarted on her medication and is now being monitored.
This clinic was a launching point to raise awareness of diabetes in BON community. One month after this clinic, the pharmacy has been filling refills of Spirit test strips for community members. This is a positive sign that blood sugars are being monitored in a community that struggles with the debilitating disease – Diabetes.
— Brokenhead Ojibway Nation Pharmacy, Diabetes Clinic Summary