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07/29/2020

The latest vaping news

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As a category, vaping is in flux, with new rules and regulations rolling out across the country in 2020. C-stores are bearing the brunt of the changes.

 

Here's what you need to know, starting with the most recent news item.

 


  • Industry reacts to Health Canada's proposed vaping regulations Read more

  • Health Canada proposes reducing nicotine concentrate limit in vaping products Read more

  • Quebec to ban vaping flavours and restrict nicotine content Read more

  • Imperial Tobacco opens vape shop in Toronto Read more

  • Ottawa's vaping ad regulations kick in Friday Read more

  • B.C. introduces new vaping rules that restrict products sold by c-stores Read more

  • Ottawa’s new rules restricting the promotion of vaping products in places young people can access are set to come into effect August 7 Read more

  • Public Health Units have discretion when it comes to enforcing Ontario's new vape rules targeting sales at c-stores Read more

  • Ontario agrees to delay full enforcement of vaping rules Read more

  • Ottawa delays new vape packaging regulations Read more

  • Ontario sticks with July 1 for new vaping regulations Read more

  • C-stores not a major source for youth vaping Read more

  • Nova Scotia to regulate nicotine levels in e-cigarettes Read more

  • Alberta introduces legislation to regulate vaping Read more

  • Saskatchewan introduces rules to ban vaping products for youth Read more

  • New vaping rules will punish neighbourhood c-stores Read more

  • Ontario convenience and gas stations comply with vaping ad ban Read more

  • CICC supports vaping priorities outlined by Minister of Health mandate Read more