Vaping regulations are constantly changing within each Country, Province, and State. As a relatively new industry, vaping has gone from virtually no regulations in 2010 to more extreme regulations (including bans) in some areas today. We hope that a fair, common-sense balance is found between Canadian vapers, legislators, and the vaping industry so that we are able to continue to offer practical, affordable harm reduction options for years to come. While those involved continue to find that balance we will keep you up-to-date with all of the newest changes to Vape Laws in Canada, and around the world. Check back regularly as we are always posting new articles, blogs, and exclusive content.
- Proposed bill in Saskatchewan will increase restrictions on vaping 19/11/2019 Jim Reiter, the Health Minister of Saskatchewan has introduced a bill proposing changes to the tobacco control act. The legal age for smoking in Saskatchewan will remain at … Read More
- Is it safe and legal to smoke an e-cigarette with kids in the car? 5/4/2016 Great article looking at the legality of vaping in your car with children. At least so far, there’s no solid evidence that the mist from electronic cigarettes is … Read More
- Canada to Regulate E-Cigarettes; Recommendations from the Standing Committee on Health 17/3/2015 This March the Standing Committee of Health produced a report outlining recommendations for the regulation of E-cigarettes based off of evidence collected from eight meetings with a total … Read More
- US to ban e-cigarette sales to minors — is Canada Next? 1/5/2014 After many years of neglect, the U.S. food and drug administration has finally proposed a rule that would ban the sale of e-cigarettes to anyone under the age … Read More