Posted October 7, 2019 8:46 pm
Updated October 7, 2019 8:48 pm
smoke or vape and is proposing further limits on how vaping products can be sold, used and promoted.
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Ground beef and burger products served in Alberta recalled due to E.coli risk The Tobacco and Vaping Products Control and Regulation Act was introduced in Yukon’s legislature on Monday and would raise the age for access to tobacco and vapour products to 19 years old from 18.
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The act focuses on protecting public health, especially that of youth, and directs how vapour products would be sold, used and promoted.
Health Minister Pauline Frost says the proposed legislation is part of the territory’s ongoing efforts to discourage the use of the addictive and harmful products.JOURNALISTIC STANDARDS REPORT AN ERROR
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