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Interdiction des arômes de vape au Québec: Questions – Réponses

Vape flavour ban symbol.

English Article Here Qu’est-ce que l’interdiction des arômes? À compter du 31 octobre 2023, la province de Québec interdira la vente de tous les produits aromatisés de vapotage/nicotine et d’e-liquides. Les seuls “arômes” autorisés à la vente sous l’Interdiction des arômes au Québec sont les liquides sans arôme et les tabacs. Les fruits, les menthes … Read more

Quebec Vape Flavour Ban – Q&A

Vape flavour ban symbol.

Article en français ici What is the Quebec flavour ban? As of October 31st 2023, the province of Quebec has banned the sale of any flavoured vaping/nicotine products and e-liquids. The only “flavours” allowed to be sold are flavourless liquids and tobaccos. Fruit, mints and others will not be available to purchase under this Quebec … Read more

Why Canada Vapes would NEVER target children

Never target childern

I’m really at a loss here. I just reviewed a Canadian Lung Association commercial against vaping. In it, it shows an ice cream truck, pulling up to what appears to be a neighbourhood in Toronto, selling ice cream. After describing all the flavours for sale such as bubblegum, vanilla, and other candy flavours, they hand … Read more

Vancouver City proposes banning vape ads & other restrictions to curb youth vaping.

Ban on Vape Ads

Vancouver City proposes a motion to ban vape ads & minimum distances between vape shops and schools. Lisa Dominato has put forward a motion to limit the sale and promotion of vape equipment and Vape Ads within Vancouver City. There are currently no restrictions on the sales of vaping products and she is looking to … Read more

CDC Report – Significant Decline in Young Adult Smokers Disproves ‘Gateway Effect’ of Vaping

CDC Report

CDC’s Findings A recent study released by the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention presents intriguing data. The CDC reports that between 2014 and 2018, the percentage of young adults aged 18-24 who currently smoke cigarettes in the United States has dropped from 16.7% to 7.8%. This represents an overall reduction of over 50% in … Read more