Rules for the transport of medicines
Only liquid medications or medications of similar consistency. Solid medications such as pills and tablets are unrestricted and require no prescription/medical certificate or proof.
All medications in liquid form, prescribed by a doctor or bought over the counter, by presentation of a certificate or medical declaration, and which cannot be transported in checked-in baggage.
Ask your doctor to provide you with a certificate stating that you need to take a particular medication, or photocopy the relevant prescription before you travel. Depending on your destination country, it is recommended that the medical certificate or prescription is also written in English or French.
Ask INAC, by e-mail, fax, or directly, for special authorisation to transport the syringe and medication to be injected as hand baggage and to provide you with a medical certificate for this purpose certifying that the passenger needs the medication and mentioning the flight number, date, airline, destination and passenger identification.