Current cessation work includes evaluations of quit smoking initiatives in a variety of settings including the workplace and health care settings, further analysis of data from OTRU’s Ontario Tobacco Survey, a multi component study of electronic cigarettes including their use as a cessation aid, research on tobacco reduction in aboriginal communities, ongoing development of a smokers’ panel that provides a platform for studies on cessation pathways, factors related to relapse, and intervention outcomes, and studies reaching across the three pillars of tobacco control that model the impact of policy and program measures.