As part of the goal area of prevention, comprehensive tobacco control policy includes restrictions on youth access to tobacco products. Age-related tobacco legislation is a means of curtailing the availability of tobacco to a demographic group which is particularly vulnerable to initiation of smoking behaviour. This Update reviews current legislation related to youth access in Canada and other jurisdictions.
- Retail Display Bans of Tobacco Products – 2007 Monitoring Update
- Prohibition of Sale of Tobacco Products in Specific Places – 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