Andrew Strempler is former President and Chief Executive Officer of Mediplan Health Consulting Inc. and RxNorth.com which he founded in 1999.  Strempler also helped establish the Canadian International Pharmacy Association (CIPA) in November 2002. The company was sold in part in 2007 to the CanadaDrugs.com Group of Companies, the effective date of change for service provided to customers was January 31, 2008. 
He also helped form the Manitoba Internet Pharmacists Association (MIPA) in 2003 and sat as Vice-Chairman on the Board of Directors for the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce.
Mr. Strempler's company, RxNorth.com, was found by the US Food and Drug Administration to be selling counterfeit medicines to customers in the United States. In 2010, Mr. Strempler was stripped of his license to practice as a pharmacist in Manitoba for dealing in unapproved medicines, and had left Canada to "an island off the coast of Venezuela," where the Winnipeg Free Press located him "distributing generic drugs from an online pharmaceutical business."
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy from the University of Manitoba. Andrew grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba