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4th Anniversary

On Tuesday, December 12, we celebrate our 4th Anniversary of serving the community! Come and celebrate this and all the blessings of the season with us!

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Head Lice

Most often found among children between the ages of 3 and 10, head lice can be spread through head-to-head contact including sharing hats, hairbrushes and combs. Is your child complaining of itching, tickling or irritated scalp? Before buying any product, speak to your Guardian® pharmacist about treatments and steps to prevent recurrence.

Dry mouth?

There are over 400 medications that can create a dry, parched feeling in your mouth known as dry mouth.Your Pharmakeio Guardian® pharmacist can help with recommendations to help moisturize your mouth and keep you smiling. Call us at +1 416-285-3339 or come in for a chat.

Anti-Inflammatory Medications

What are NSAIDs and COXIBs?  Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are a class of medication used to treat the pain and inflammation of arthritis. They do not contain steroids, hence the name “non-steroidal.” NSAIDs are a very large category of medications, some of which you can obtain without a prescription, such as acetylsalicylic acid (ASA) (e.g., […]

Thanks for Donating Toys for Children

  Guardian, I.D.A. and Remedy’sRx pharmacies have come together to make a difference in the communities in which they operate. Over 75 stores and pharmacies have worked to make the holiday season a lot merrier for families across the country gathering close to $30,000 worth of toys for the “Toys for Tots Canada” charity.  “Our […]

3 Years of Service to the Community

We are so happy to have completed our 3rd year of service to the community! Thanks for the resounding vote of support!!!

Three Years Already!

Join us on Saturday, December 10 for coffee and treats as we celebrate 3 years of service to the community! We look forward to seeing you from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 1