It’s time that the discussion around vaping and adults is based on facts, not emotion. The stakes are too high.
ABOUT VAPE TOUR 2022
Between November 16th and 29th, R4V and CDVQ are hitting the road to share the facts about vaping in cities across Ontario and Quebec.
We will be answering any and all questions that adults who smoke may have about vaping. As a bonus, some of our expert friends will be joining us to lend their knowledge.
Location: North 49 Vape Shop
1120 Wellington Road, London Ontario
Location: City Hall / Victoria Park
Location: Heritage Park – Downtown Barrie
Location: Innisfil hwy 400 flea market
Location: Yonge Dundas Square
Location: 288 Water St, Peterborough ON K9J 0A5
Port Hope, Ontario
Location: 95 Walton St.
Location: Premier Legault’s Montreal Office (McGill College and Sherbrooke)
Location: Windsor station
Location: Jean-Talon Market
Location: Atwater Market
En Route to Sherbrooke, Quebec
Location: Christian Dube’s office 26, boul. Taschereau
Location: Carrefour de l’Estrie, 3050 Boulevard De Portland
Location: Rue des Forges
Quebec City, Quebec
Location: Grande Allee
Quebec City, Quebec
Location: National Assembly
Smoking is bad for your health as the toxins produced by burning tobacco cause smoking-related illnesses. The majority of health benefits are seen when you stop smoking completely. Some people find cutting down as a helpful step to quitting, but stopping smoking completely should be the end goal.
Vaping is a much less risky alternative for the five million Canadians who smoke.
Vaping is not harmless, but it is much less harmful than smoking.
Vaping is not a gateway to smoking.
Vaping is 95 percent less harmful than smoking.
Smoking and vaping both deliver nicotine. The difference is cigarettes deliver it by burning tobacco, which creates many harmful toxins. Vaping delivers nicotine in e-liquid, which is a much less harmful way.
While nicotine is addictive, it doesn’t cause cancer.
Vaping is not smoking, but some people find vaping works to help them quit because it offers experiences similar to smoking a cigarette.
Allowing a sufficient nicotine concentration (+- 35mg/ml) to meet the varied needs of Canadian adult smokers is essential to maximizing their chances of quitting.
Banning flavours could actually be “a threat to public health!”
Flavour bans are an experimental measure. Very few, if any, jurisdictions in the world can definitely prove its effectiveness.