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For all applications filed on or after April 1, 2020, Health Canada’s delivery of services against performance standards will be tracked per application. Most performance standards reflect the time to complete the review of the application, which is defined as the period from the date of receipt of the complete application to the date of approval or rejection of the application, not including any clock pauses or cost recovery holds.

April 1, is the due date for your Annual Licence Review application to Health Canada.

No. The fee remains payable and will not be reimbursed. The fee is for the examination of an application. Therefore, if a company chooses to withdraw its application or if the licence is cancelled, Health Canada will not credit or refund any of the fees paid by the company, as these fees cover expenses already incurred.

42. What if my licence was issued prior to April 1, 2020, and I am currently on deferred payment?

For further instruction on the payment of fees, please see our guide on How to Pay Fees.

Health Canada uses a “clock” to measure performance against the 120 calendar day performance standard.

We will contact applicants via email during the licensing process should we have questions or require additional information.

If the site listed is not under the same legal entity, it is the responsibility of the licence holder to ensure that the site(s) listed in section 4 of their MDEL application has the applicable procedures in place and that inspectors are able to verify compliance without impediment.

PEEP: Abbreviation for positive end-expiratory pressure. A method of ventilation in which airway pressure is maintained above atmospheric pressure at the end of exhalation by means of a mechanical impedance, usually a valve, within the circuit. The purpose of PEEP is to increase the volume of gas remaining in the lungs at the end of expiration in order to decrease the shunting of blood through the lungs and improve gas exchange. PEEP is done in ARDS (acute respiratory failure syndrome) to allow reduction in the level of oxygen being given.