Prince Edward Island has become the first province in Canada to increase the minimum age for vaping and smoking to 21. Bill 112, which passed on November 21, 2019, also requires that all e-cigarettes be sold only in specialty shops, making PEI the first province/territory/state in North America, to do so.  E-cigarettes will not be able to be sold in convenience stores, gas stations or grocery stores.  Only persons aged 21+ will be able to enter the specialty shops, and any product displays may not be visible from outside the shop. Bill 112 also establishes a regulatory authority to restrict flavours in e-cigarettes.