The Canadian Cancer Society has released a video with a clear message: governments need to do more to address youth vaping and increasing the minimum age to 21 is a strong start. “Vaping rates in this province are reaching epidemic levels. We need government to take strong immediate action by passing a suite of comprehensive measures designed to reduce vaping rates amongst youth,” says Kelly Cull, Regional Director of Public Policy.
March 10 marks the opening of the Third Session of the 59th Legislative Assembly in New Brunswick. Government has an opportunity to highlight the ongoing tobacco epidemic and create effective policies and programs that will promote healthier lifestyles and protect the next generation of Canadians.