Headlines Tagged with Canada — 20,913 headlines found
The Huron County Health Unit is supporting a World Health Organization call to leave scenes depicting smoking in movies available to youth on the cutting-room floor. The issue is being raised just ahead of the Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles toni
Feb 28, 2016 Bayshore Broadcasting Corportion / Radio Owen Sound (ca)
added Feb 29, 2016 15:10
[Canada] Canadian employer hasn’t hired a smoker in 30 years ‘and I’m proud of it,’ but the policy may be illegal
As Canadian public-health experts explore radical ideas to achieve a tobacco “endgame,” the Montreal-based entrepreneur has for decades struck his own uncompromising blow against cigarettes, refusing to hire anyone who smokes, on the job or in the sancti
Feb 28, 2016 National Post (ca)
added Feb 29, 2016 01:31
while public-health experts continue to debate the risks and benefits of such smoking-cessation aids – e-cigarettes, as most people know them – cultural critics have reached a decisive verdict: Vaping is incredibly uncool.
Feb 25, 2016 Globe and Mail (ca)
added Feb 28, 2016 17:52
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
Feb 10, 2016 Belleville (Ont) Intelligencer (ca)
added Feb 27, 2016 17:23
An extra levy on cigarettes will raise the price by about $3 for each carton of 200 cigarettes.
Feb 25, 2016 Toronto (Ont) Star (ca)
added Feb 26, 2016 18:33
Alberta Justice has confirmed a review of a former ethics commissioner’s investigation into how the contract to litigate Alberta's $10-billion tobacco lawsuit was awarded will not be completed until the end of March. Alberta Justice has confirmed a revie
Feb 25, 2016 CBC News (ca)
added Feb 25, 2016 20:58
This year, 84 percent of the movies with smoking nominated in major Oscar categories were youth-rated in BC – whereas just 23 percent of those same films rated for youth audiences in the US. Earlier this the month, the World Health Organization (WHO) rele
Feb 24, 2016 Indo-Canadian Voice (ca)
added Feb 25, 2016 03:34
granted a Canadian tribal-owned cigarette maker's bid to block the resale of a seized batch of its Seneca brand cigarettes, saying a distributor's peddling of the smokes years past their expiration date could violate the company's trademark rights. Grand
Feb 23, 2016 Law360
added Feb 24, 2016 21:00
While "ironic" is one way of describing the situation, "outrageous" might be a better word. Why should any patient on their way into a hospital have to be exposed to second-hand smoke?... Give smokers a place of their own. It should have a roof over it.
Feb 21, 2016 CBC News (ca)
added Feb 22, 2016 13:49
Should the right to clean air take priority (secondhand smoke kills about 600,000 people per year, according to the World Health Organization), or has the "smoke free" movement gone so far that it threatens individual freedom?
Feb 16, 2016 Metro (ca)
added Feb 20, 2016 16:55