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Advocacy group the Free Market Foundation believes government’s new proposed tobacco bill is racist and anti-transformative. .. If the bill is passed in parliament it will bring a ban to all public smoking‚ including already designated areas found in res
Smoking of tobacco, including electronic cigarettes and Hookah, will be prohibited in all enclosed areas, with the exception of houses, psychiatric clinics, penitentiary facilities and casinos. Smoking will only be permitted in designated areas in the ai
the Greenwich district decided to revise its drug and alcohol policy to incorporate vaping, rather than create a separate policy. Members of Norwalk’s policy committee decided to follow suit and revamp the district’s drug and alcohol policy before they p
Plainedge High School is involved in a pilot program for Fly Sense, a sensor system that alerts school officials when students are vaping. “There’s a sensor inside there that is able to detect vape and what it does is it sets off an alarm, which is bas
Health Minister Simon Harris is to ask approval for the private members’ motion, tabled by Fine Gael senators, at the meeting today. It would see the current smoking ban extended to al fresco dining areas. Some campaigners have condemned the move. Joh
Nearly 30 clubs have backed the ‘Smokefree Sidelines’ drive, through which parents and visitors are asked to refrain from smoking, including at all playing fields and, especially, on the pitch sidelines. Among those backing the campaign, developed by N
The Maximum number of people were booked in the south-east districts of Delhi for violating the provisions of the Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Act (COTPA), that prohibits smoking in public places”, Delhi Police said in a conference on Anti Tob
Hampstead, Quebec is expected to vote in tough smoking laws, meaning there could be fewer places to light up outside…anti-smoking advocates say it will only expose children to more secondhand smoke.
Effective April 1, smoking on outdoor restaurant and bar patios is not permitted. Council approved the ban in January, prohibiting all smoking: cigarettes, e-cigarettes, cigars, vapes, tobacco products, cannabis or any substances that generate second-
“Instead of the 16 people we would have on our patio, we get 16 to 20 people congregating outside the door here,” said Brad Cartman, a manager and bartender at the Army, Navy and Air Force Club 60 in Osborne Village. In January, Winnipeg city council pa