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Tobacco: Behind the Smoke

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/health-concerns/tobacco/faqs-facts/tobacco-behind-smoke-what-tobacco-flash-version.html

Feb 5, 2009 ...Tobacco: Behind the Smoke Have you ever wondered about how the chemicals in tobacco smoke are formed, and how these chemicals impact human health? By watching this animation series, you will learn about: How tobacco plants, like all plants, are composed of chemicals; What happens when tobacco burns, including how toxic chemicals are formed

Consumer information – Cannabis

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/drugs-medication/cannabis/laws-regulations/regulations-support-cannabis-act/consumer-information.html

Jun 14, 2019 ... decisions. Avoid frequent use. Frequent and prolonged use (daily or near-daily use across months or years) increases the risk of dependence and may bring on or worsen disorders related to anxiety and depression. Avoid smoking cannabis. The smoke from cannabis contains the same harmful chemicals found in tobacco smoke. Avoid combining cannabis with alcohol

Health Canada’s Letter to Vaping Product Retailers

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/smoking-tobacco/vaping/product-safety-regulation/letter-vaping-product-retailers.html

Jun 14, 2019 ...Health Canada’s Letter to Vaping Product Retailers June 14, 2019 Dear Vaping Product Retailer, We are writing to you today to remind you of your responsibilities under the Tobacco and Vaping Products Act (TVPA) as a vaping product retailer and to inform you of an upcoming inspection initiative of retail establishments and on-line stores. Health Canada

Non-smokers’ Health Act

https://laws.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/N-23.6/FullText.html

Apr 8, 2019 ... provided by the Senate or House of Commons who are under the direction and control of the member; (employeur) inspector inspector means a person who is designated as an inspector under section 9; (inspecteur) smoke smoke means to smoke, hold or otherwise have control over an ignited tobacco product or ignited cannabis or to vape using a vaping product; (fumer

Protection of young persons – Some Key Prohibitions and related Penalties under the Tobacco and Vaping Products Act

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/smoking-tobacco/vaping/product-safety-regulation/prohibitions-penalties-tobacco-vaping-products-act.html

Jun 14, 2019 ...Protection of young persons – Some Key Prohibitions and related Penalties under the Tobacco and Vaping Products Act Please find below additional information regarding the prohibitions identified in the letter. 1. Prohibition on Furnishing Vaping Products to Young Persons Subsection 8(1) of the TVPA states: No person shall furnish a tobacco product or vaping

Minister’s Letter to Retail Associations Concerning Youth Vaping

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/smoking-tobacco/vaping/risks/ministers-letter-retail-associations-youth-vaping.html

Jun 14, 2019 ... dependence to nicotine and tobacco. We need to protect our young people from the risks and harms associated with vaping nicotine. Preventing nicotine addiction among youth requires a comprehensive public health approach involving many players, including governments, parents, youth, educators, health professionals and retailers. For our part, the Government of Canada

Oral Cancer

https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/oral-diseases-conditions/oral-cancer.html

Dec 17, 2018 ... are over the age of 60 have the highest incidence of oral cancer. Smoking Smoking or using tobacco products increases the risk of oral cancer, especially if combined with high alcohol consumption. Tobacco products include: cigarettes snuff paan chewing tobacco smokeless tobacco areca nut betel quid Alcohol The amount of alcohol consumed and the length of time

The Break It Off tour - Described video

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/video/break-it-off-tour-dv.html

Jun 24, 2019 ... of the Break It Off kiosk, featuring the tagline - Be Done With Smoking - and promotional items. Word on screen: Prizes. A poster features the quiz called 'Test Your Knowledge'. Visitors are shown answering multiple-choice questions on a tablet. A poster featuring the rules of an activity called "Smart Darts" is shown. Words on screen: Interactive Activities. Players

What you need to know about cannabis

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/health/campaigns/cannabis/canadians.html

Jun 14, 2019 ..., learn how to use it responsibly and to reduce risks for yourself and others: Start with small amounts - 2.5 mg of THC or less for products that you eat or drink or 100 mg/g of THC or less for products that you inhale. Avoid smoking cannabis. The smoke from cannabis contains the same harmful chemicals found in tobacco smoke. Avoid frequent use. Daily or near

Regulating tobacco products

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/corporate/mandate/regulatory-role/what-health-canada-regulates-1/tobacco.html

May 31, 2018 ... the On the Road to Quitting Guides to Becoming a Non-Smoker development of public education and marketing campaigns, such as the Break It Off campaign providing responses to public questions on tobacco control mandating health warnings and health information messages on most tobacco products producing and distributing publications on smoking and tobacco use data

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