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[Canada] Redford ethics investigation costing Alberta $160,000

Alberta spent $160,000 for an independent review of a 2013 ethics investigation that cleared Alison Redford of wrongdoing for her role in how the province's $10-billion Big Tobacco lawsuit was awarded.
Edmonton (Alb) Sun (ca)
added Feb 13, 2016 05:36
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[Canada] The tobacco endgame: Radical proposals part of strategy to win faltering war on smoking

All have been proposed as part of the “tobacco endgame,” a radical — and controversial — new approach to the smoking scourge that a select group of Canadian public-health experts will discuss later this year. Endgame proponents note that a stubborn 20 p
National Post (ca)
added Feb 13, 2016 21:44
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[Canada] Huffing and puffing about downtown smokers

Orillia business owners think the number of people smoking downtown is a real drag. The Downtown Orillia Management Board (DOMB) wrote a letter to city council last month requesting city staff investigate the feasibility of creating smoke-free areas in do
Orillia Packet and Times (ca)
added Feb 11, 2016 16:45
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[Canada] YOU SAID IT: Facebook users weigh in on bus vapor

BELLEVILLE - A city man who was asked to leave a city bus for vaporizing his medical marijuana while en route hasn’t found much support through social media. Followers of The Intelligencer’s Facebook page were asked if they thought it was appropriate for
Belleville (Ont) Intelligencer (ca)
added Feb 27, 2016 17:23
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[Canada] Smokers' Helpline sees surge in calls after toll-free number included on cigarette packaging

A study supported by the Canadian Cancer Society has found a major jump in calls to a Smokers' Helpline after its telephone number was included on all packaging for cigarettes, as a result of a federal regulation from Health Canada.
Morningstar
added Feb 10, 2016 14:37
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[Canada] More Smokers Calling For Help Thanks To Package Changes

A change in cigarette packaging has more smokers calling for help. The federal regulation change pushed ahead by Health Canada in March 2012 required the phone number for the Smokers’ Helpline to appear on all cigarette packaging. Since then, monthly ca
AM 900 CHML (Hamilton, Ont) (ca)
added Feb 9, 2016 23:32
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[Canada] PARK: Lighting up the path to a smoke-free campus

The Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU), however, recently released a motion concerning the pursuit of a smoke-free campus at McGill, with a question set to be posed in the March referendum period regarding the student body’s support for the id
McGill Tribune (ca)
added Feb 9, 2016 17:45
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[Canada] FROM THE ARCHIVES 'Ugly Club' restaurant closes in 2003, blames smoking ban

People would line up to have owner Sam Saikaley insult them....Saikaley chalked it up to the city's new smoking laws. Two years earlier, Ottawa had banned smoking in restaurants, bars, pubs and even bingo halls.
CBC News (ca)
added Feb 7, 2016 21:38
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[Canada] “Count on 1 hand the number of calls to 311″ about e-cigarettes

City officials say the bylaw wasn’t an attempt to stop the practice or get less people smoking, but align it with current smoking bylaws to deal with the so-called “nuisance effect” of e-cigarette vapour on citizens. The committee got an update of wheth
AM640 Toronto (ca)
added Feb 4, 2016 20:44
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[Canada] Saskatchewan health minister urges caution over issue of vaping in public

Saskatchewan Health Minister Dustin Duncan says there are no imminent plans to change provincial smoking laws to cover electronic cigarettes despite a request from municipal leaders. A resolution passed at the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Associatio
Canadian Press
added Feb 5, 2016 20:47
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