Sobeys said it would launch a legal challenge to a resolution by pharmacists in Alberta that would prevent patients from collecting reward points for pharmacy purchases. The Alberta College of Pharmacists, a group that develops and enforces pharmacy practices in the province, voted last week to prohibit its members from “offering, providing or being party to offering or providing an inducement to a patient where the inducement is offered or provided on the condition that the patient ...

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