Did you know that National Pharmacist Day is celebrated on January 12th each year?
Pharmacists do more than dispense prescription medicine, they also give advice on how to use the medication properly.
To become a pharmacist in Canada you have to complete a four-year degree in pharmacy, complete an internship and pass the pharmacy exam.
The field of pharmacy can be traced back as early as 754 A.D. in ancient Baghdad.
You can use your Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) for post-secondary school including any money you have received through the Canada Learning Bond. Be sure the check to see if you are eligible for this free money.