The retail environment acts as an inducement to smoking not only by virtue of the physical availability of tobacco products but also by means of visual cues that signal, support, and normalize this availability.Recognizing the danger to public health posed by such visual cues, provincial governments have enacted legislation to ban or restrict the retail display of tobacco products. This update reviews current legislation related to the display of tobacco products, in Canada and the provinces.
- Prohibition of Sale of Tobacco Products in Specific Places – 2007 Monitoring Update
- Youth Access to Tobacco Products – 2007 Monitoring Update
- Tobacco Control Funding Commitments – 2007 Monitoring Update
- Tobacco Taxes – 2007 Monitoring Update
- Protection from Secondhand Smoke – 2007 Monitoring Update
- 13th Annual Monitoring Report: Number 2: Indicators of Smoke-Free Ontario Progress
- 13th Annual Monitoring Report: Toward a Smoke-Free Ontario: Progress and Implications for Future Developments