Privately Owned. Proudly Canadian. The Patient Is Our First Priority.
Rely on Our Pharmacists to Be Your "True North".
In the U.S., many medications are overpriced or not covered by insurance. When your health and quality of life is at stake, that’s just not right. That’s why, at True North Meds, we promise:
Quality Medications at Fair Prices
All of our brand-name and generic medications are made in North America. We use the same drug distributors as your neighborhood pharmacy. Because they are sourced from Canada and we are a 100% online pharmacy, we can keep prices low. True North Meds is a licensed Canadian pharmacy.
With no pressure on us to drive numbers, we can focus on the patient first. That means our pharmacists spend their time looking after your healthcare needs, not sales statistics. We can spend more time researching prescription options and putting smarter pharmaceutical care plans together for you.
When you need your prescription or refill, timing is everything. We provide realistic delivery times that you can count on.
Our focus is caring for you and your health by listening to your needs and leveraging lower-cost, high quality Canadian-made medications.
True North Meds is a privately owned drugstore where patients are our first priority.
True North Meds is a licensed Canadian pharmacy operating in the province of Manitoba, Canada, under license by the Manitoba Pharmaceutical Association, license 34861. We offer quality Canadian prescription medications online to U.S. and Canadian patients.
Disclaimer: "Be advised that, given the international nature of the practice of International Prescription Service (IPS), there may be limitations in the ability of the College of Pharmacists of Manitoba (CPhM), which is the statutory licensing authority for pharmacies and pharmacists in the Province of Manitoba, to investigate and prosecute complaints from persons who receive services or products from an IPS pharmacy. Manitoba Pharmacists are not permitted to fill US physicians' prescriptions. They can only fill prescriptions issued by a physician licensed in a province or territory of Canada. CPhM takes the position that it may be contrary to professional standards for a pharmacist to fill prescriptions by a physician, licensed in a province or territory of Canada, who has not established an acceptable patient-physician relationship with you."