The draft regulations would actually prohibit all points & miles not just Aeroplan being given on prescriptions filled in Alberta but since Rexall is an Aeroplan sponsor in the province thought it worthy of inclusion. FWIW while I understand the rational being an avid FFP/FFM can't say I support the possible change to regulations. https://pharmacists.ab.ca/nNewsEvents/default.aspx?id=7604 Inducements: Draft regulatory provision for discussion Pharmacists want to provide good care to their patients. Pharmacists are health professionals and their relationships with patients should be based on the quality of advice and service. Providing inducements in return for professional pharmacy services does not promote professional relationships or good patient care. Those are the messages we received loud and clear as we conducted research into inducements (see research highlights). We also recognize the expectation inherent in the fact that 75% of registrants believe it is appropriate for the Alberta College of Pharmacists to pursue a prohibition. Therefore, we are circulating a draft regulatory provision and inviting your feedback. All feedback is due at the ACP office by 4:30 p.m. on Mon., Dec. 3. To comment on the draft regulatory provision, please email, mail, or fax your comments to: Leslie AinslieExecutive Assistant to the Registrar Alberta College of Pharmacists 1100-8215 112 Street NW Edmonton, AB T6G 2C8 Fax – 780-990-0328 Council will consider your feedback and determine next steps at its meeting on December 6, 2012.