Comprehensive tobacco control includes age-related restrictions on access to tobacco products. These restrictions target young people who, as a group, are vulnerable to smoking initiation. This update reviews youth access provisions by provincial, territorial and federal jurisdiction and notes that all U.S. states have laws against the sale of tobacco to underage persons. Most other countries have a minimum age of 18 or 19.
- Tobacco Taxes – 2009 Monitoring Update
- Protection From Secondhand Smoke – 2009 Monitoring Update
- Prohibition of Tobacco Sales In Specific Places – 2009 Monitoring Update
- Retail Display of Tobacco Products – 2009 Monitoring Update
- Tobacco Control Funding Commitments – 2009 Monitoring Update
- 14th/15th Annual Monitoring Report: Indicators of Smoke-Free Ontario Progress