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  1. She wants her landlord, Urbandale, to take action. “The landlord has to take into account, and they should be taking into account, how it affects the people that don’t do drugs and that don’t smoke cigarettes, and they’re not doing enough for us,” Azar
  2. The Canadian Community Health Survey found 17.7 per cent of Canadians aged 12 and older -- or roughly 5.3 million people -- smoked either daily or occasionally in 2015, down slightly from 18.1 per cent a year earlier. The Statistics Canada survey showed
  3. The Canadian Community Health Survey, released Wednesday, found 17.7 per cent of Canadians aged 12 and older — or roughly 5.3 million people — smoked either daily or occasionally in 2015, down slightly from 18.1 per cent a year earlier.
  4. In 2015, 17.7% of Canadians aged 12 and older, roughly 5.3 million people, smoked either daily or occasionally.Note 1 Among the sexes, the proportion who smoked daily or occasionally was higher among males (20.4%) than females (15.0%).Note 2 (Chart 1)
  5. proposed federal legislation to implement 'plain packaging' of tobacco products is passed. "By making it even harder for law enforcement to distinguish between legal and illegal tobacco products, Bill S-5 will give criminals an even easier ride to sell ci
  6. International... Isabelle Hachey, La Presse, for coverage of Big Tobacco's move into Malaysia, Kenya and other poor countries
  7. The Employers Council... warns about the risk of raising taxes on alcohol and tobacco, as planned in the budget, because the market has reached its saturation point.
  8. Effective March 15, 2017, the Government of Nunavut (GN) is increasing the tax rates on the following tobacco products: cigarettes to $0.30 per cigarette, from $0.25 smoked tobacco to $0.40 per gram, from $0.20 non-smoked tobacco to $0.30 per gram, from
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