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R4V Consumer Submission – David Sweanor and Consumers

Health Canada Nicotine Cap Regulations R4V Consumer Submission: David Sweanor. Comments on Concentration of Nicotine in Vaping Products Regulation (Canada Gazette, Part I, Volume 154, Number 51, published Dec. 19, 2020) March 2, 2011 Submitted by David Sweanor David is a lawyer and public health advocate who has worked on policies on tobacco and health since

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R4V Consumer Submission – Marion Burt

Health Canada Nicotine Cap Regulations R4V Consumer Submission: Marion Burt. As a senior who escaped from almost four decades of smoking, I am opposed to this proposal. While the rapid increase in student vaping was alarming, I contend that it was not solely the high level of nicotine in the products introduced to the market

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R4V Consumer Submission – Dave Jones

Health Canada Nicotine Cap Regulations R4V Consumer Submission: Dave Jones. The proposed Concentration of Nicotine in Vaping Products Regulations (proposed Regulations) would establish a maximum nicotine concentration of 20 mg/mL for vaping products manufactured or imported for sale in Canada and prohibit the packaging and sale of vaping products if the nicotine concentration displayed on the package exceeds

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Health Canada Nic Cap Submission Mar 2021

Health Canada Nicotine Cap Submission March 2021-CLHealth Canada Nicotine Cap Submission March 2021-CLPRESS RELEASE. LETTERS TO HEALTH CANADA. PROPOSED NEW REGULATIONS TO LIMIT NICOTINE IN VAPOUR PRODUCTS Tobacco Products Regulatory Office Tobacco Control Directorate Health Canada Email: hc.pregs.sc@canada.ca SUBMITTED BY RIGHTS4VAPERS MARCH 4, 2021 INTRODUCTION In December 2020, Health Canada announced a proposal to lower

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LETTERS TO HEALTH CANADA

PRESS RELEASE. LETTERS TO HEALTH CANADA. CLICK HERE to access our webpage. It will just take a minute to keep vapour available to all those who want to quit smoking.

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World Cancer Day Feb 4

Today is World Cancer Day. When I think of smoking, I think of my mother. She smoked for many years. I grew up watching her struggle to quit. There were not many options available at the time to help her quit. Sure, nicotine patches and gum were around but my mother was an addict. She

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Organizations That Support Vaping

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