This is the fourth in a series of reports about the formative evaluation of the Smoke-Free Ontario Act (SFOA). The design of the formative evaluation of the Smoke-Free Ontario Act comprises four components that include a province-wide compliance survey of tobacco vendors and public places (restaurants and bars) conducted pre- and post-SFOA; a series of interviews that examine public health unit tobacco enforcement strategies; analysis from population surveys regarding self-reported exposure to secondhand smoke and youth access to tobacco in addition to an analysis of administrative data regarding tobacco industry promotional expenditures; and last, an assessment of risk-factors associated with premise non-compliance with the SFOA. This report presents the results of all four components of the formative evaluation.
- Formative Evaluation of the Smoke-Free Ontario Act: Comparison of Baseline and Two Post SFOA Measurements
- Formative Evaluation of the Smoke-Free Ontario Act: Comparison of Baseline and Post-SFOA Measurements
- Formative Evaluation of the Smoke-Free Ontario Act Implementation: Summary of the Baseline Compliance Survey