• BAT targets Canadian vapers with higher nicotine and more flavours

    This post reports on our recent review of BAT's vapour product offerings  in the 18 other countries.in which it operates a country-specific web-site.

    From an inventory of the different devices and liquids they sell, it is apparent that BAT sells higher nicotine concentrations in Canada than it does in most other countries and that BAT sells more flavours for its high-nicotine ePOD device in Canada than it

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February 26, 2021 1:09pm
Gosh, @financeCanada. Your inflationary increase on federal cigarette taxes is $0.12 a carton for 2021. Hope you can up your game!

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February 23, 2021 5:43pm
Great recommendations - did you catch these, @GovCanHealth ?
* restrict to one variant
* ban filters
* robust tax system https://t.co/hPT4QmNsXG https://t.co/gghqNijYRp
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Tobacco Control Research Group @BathTR
The UK was one of the first countries to introduce #plainpackaging for tobacco products. Researchers inc @JRBranston from @UniofBath supported by @CR_UK have monitored industry reactions and impacts, and showed how the policy works to reduce #smoking
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February 22, 2021 12:37pm
Research on COVID-19 impact on smoking behavour and other tidbits from investor presentations.
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February 16, 2021 4:36pm
Commons Finance Cttee made some good recommendations today: let indigenous communities tax tobacco, impose a license fee on tobacco companies, and tax vaping products. It also restated its recommendation from last year to raise tobacco taxes.
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