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Toronto council votes to ban hookah use at licensed lounges
Tobacco companies ordered to pay $15B in damages Quebec Superior Court rules...
New Legislation Passes to Help Reduce Smoking and Obesity Rates
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Let’s take bolder steps to stamp out smoking
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Ontario to ban all flavoured tobacco products
China’s E-Cigarette Boom Lacks Oversight for Safety
Taking the Next Steps for a Smoke-Free Ontario
Ontario Takes Action to Reduce Smoking and Obesity Rates
Alberta flavoured tobacco ban could see future in coming weeks
Ottawa has lowest rate of smokers in Ontario
England to introduce plain packaging for cigarettes
Peel Public Health is the process of recruiting youth volunteers
China Limits Smoking In Films, TV Shows
Youth Online Survey Invite
Grammy's Say No to E-Cigarettes
Tobacco kills about 45,000 Canadians a year. That's more than the total number of deaths from AIDS, car accidents, suicide, murder, fires and accidental poisonings combined.
(The Lung Association, 2008)
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