• A new year begins… and so do some tobacco-related measures

    The new year is a common date for governments to peg for implementing regulations or new rules. This year is no exception, with new tobacco control provisions kicking in this week. Other regular New Year's changes will be price increases set by tobacco companies. This post reviews these events -- with related and updated fact sheets linked at the end.
    Some grace periods come to an end, some are beginning

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January 22, 2021 3:40pm
Three years ago this week, the big news was the NASEM report on e-cigarettes. Right now, that review looks very dated, and the conclusions less and less reliable. ( @govcanhealth - maybe time to update your webpage?) https://t.co/3pRVlicGEL DocsVsTobacco photo
January 21, 2021 4:55pm
First-of-its-kind CAMH study on why young people vape - Research ‘critical’ to vaping cessation efforts https://t.co/LWASH1gp5T
January 20, 2021 8:22pm
Such an important step forward. For more information on other Canadian pension plans which have divested see a fact sheet here: https://t.co/02MaZ9PSIN
(What's holding you back, @cppib?) https://t.co/olgW013jdJ
January 20, 2021 1:19pm
It's #WeedlessWednesday. Last year Dr. Theresa Tam and her provincial colleagues set out a roadmap to reduce youth vaping. Progress has been made! ... but key measures are yet to be put in place.
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@StrangRobert @CPHO_Canada https://t.co/HshNOe8oFh
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