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The fight against plain packaging in Canada has come to an end as the Canadian government has announced new regulations for plain packaging and a standardized packaging plan for other tobacco products. This has been an ongoing battle in Canada since last year when Bill S-5, which overhauled Canada’s 1997 Tobacco Act, was first introduced […]
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The Smoke-Free Ontario Act, 2017 (SFOA, 2017) now regulates the sale, supply, display, promotion, and use of tobacco and vapour products (e.g., e-cigarettes), as well as the smoking of cannabis for medical or non-medical purposes.“Any place where smoking
“All student bathrooms, except those on the main floor by the gymnasium and the Gender-Neutral Bathroom by the office, will be locked until further notice,” reads a November 29 memo distributed by Seycove Secondary and first reported by the Vancouver Sun
A revamped government website aims to answer questions about new workplace smoking rules and provide a place where people can complain about non-compliance where they work.
The counter-argument is that while drinkers may go to a bar for a beer, there’s no equivalent for marijuana. B.C. doesn’t allow smoking lounges. Rules meant to protect bar staff and other workers from secondhand smoke prevent customers from lighting up.
Canadian and U.S. lung cancer specialists share how they built and launched successful quit-smoking programs / In 2012, CCO implemented a “Framework for Smoking Cessation” at 14 regional centers. “This framework included the ‘5As- — asking about whethe
He got back to his room and climbed onto the roof to have a cigarette under the stars when he fell. Shocked wedding guests found ‘ever-smiling’ Mr Riswick with fatal head and chest injuries in the early hours of the morning. The tragedy happened on Aug