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[Canada] Alberta government won't ask RCMP to review Redford tobacco litigation case

The Alberta government won’t call in the RCMP to review an ethics investigation into Alison Redford’s handling of the province’s $10-billion tobacco litigation contract, a Justice department official confirmed Tuesday.
Edmonton (Alberta) Journal (ca)
added Apr 13, 2016 07:25

[Canada] Alberta government won't swap legal consortium in controversial tobacco-litigation case

Alberta Justice Minister Kathleen Ganley left it to her deputy minister to publicly confirm she won't change the legal consortium representing the province in a massive lawsuit against the tobacco industry. Ganley has previously signalled she was leaning
CBC News (ca)
added Apr 12, 2016 21:40

[Canada] Ontario Fire Marshal to investigate blaze that destroyed closed Six Nations cigarette factory

A massive fire that destroyed a closed cigarette factory on the edge of Ohsweken this morning will be probed by the Ontario Fire Marshal's office. Six Nations fire crews arrived at 1342 Chiefswood Road around 4 a.m. to find the entire south side of a la
Hamilton (Ont) Spectator (ca)
added Apr 11, 2016 04:36

[Canada] I've had cancer and still can't make my colleagues stop smoking near me

It all comes down to values. Do you value your job more than your health? Do you value stability and familiarity more than satisfaction at work? / Your employer is in contravention of the act and is legally obligated to provide a smoke-free workplace.
Globe and Mail (ca)
added Apr 11, 2016 04:35

[Canada] Protest at Queen's part after vaping part of anti-smoking law

The group “Vapor Advocates of Ontario” protested at Queen’s Park on Saturday after the Wynne government included vaping... Meanwhile, over at City Hall the Ontario Lung Association will hold a rally to bring attention to the perils of smoking in movies.
CityNews CP24 (ca)
added Apr 10, 2016 16:44

[Canada] Ontario bill could reward police forces for seizing property in illicit tobacco busts

A new bill in the Ontario legislature seeks to crack down on the multimillion-dollar contraband tobacco trade by giving police departments financial incentive — through civil forfeiture — to investigate the crime. Bill 139, which passed second reading i
CBC News (ca)
added Apr 11, 2016 13:23

[Canada] Protesters rally against Ontario's move to ban vaping in public

Ontario says a new bill aims to improve public health by banning vaping in public places but protesters at a rally outside Queen's Park Saturday say it does just the opposite. Several hundred people showed up at the protest to help raise attention to the
Canadian Television (CTV) (ca)
added Apr 10, 2016 16:46

[Canada] Potential McGill-wide smoking ban applauded by anti-smoking group

Student senator David Benrimoh tells CTV they have heard from affected students who say they have problems focusing on their studies. According to the Quebec coalition for tobacco control, about one in five Quebecers smoke, an improvement from the 1990s
CJAD 800 AM (ca)
added Apr 10, 2016 16:31

[Africa, Canada, USA] Big Tobacco sought to enhance own image by fighting AIDS, study says

While such practices continue in parts of sub-Saharan Africa, AIDS groups elsewhere have disavowed tobacco funding — one HIV advocate calling the former financial links a “pact with the devil,” the paper notes. The authors say that should be an example f
National Post (ca)
added Apr 8, 2016 17:43

[Canada] McGill could be next smoke-free campus

McGill University in Montreal is looking to join a growing list of smoke-free campuses in Canada. The Students’ Society of McGill University will vote Thursday night whether to implement the policy, which could take up to five years to carry out.
Press Association (uk)
added Apr 8, 2016 04:59
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