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Canadian Vaping Association comments on U.S. Food and Drug Administration crackdown on the marketing and sale of e-cigarettes to minors

The Canadian Vaping Association (CVA) and its members are committed to ensuring that youth do not have access to electronic cigarettes and related products. We are doing this by conforming to national standards that the CVA is working with Health Canada to establish. More importantly, we realize that e-cigarette retailers have to be vigilant. Thus,…

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Ontario government make it harder for people to reduce the harms caused by smoking, ignores scientific evidence: e-cigarette industry

TORONTO, May 2, 2018 /CNW/ – The Ontario government’s new regulations dealing with electronic cigarettes will reduce access to a potentially life-saving technology for people who are trying to quit smoking, which will have a devastating effect on public health and the economy, according to officials with the Canadian Vaping Association (CVA), Canada’s preeminent e-cigarette…

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Experts debate vaping as a tool for harm reduction

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TORONTO – The Canadian Vaping Association (CVA) hosted a panel of experts through the Economic Club of Canada for a debate on vaping as a tool for harm reduction. Following the federal government’s changes to the Tobacco Act to give vaping a category under Bill S-5, experts from all sides of the…

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Canadian Vaping Association responds to federal vaping regulation announcement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TORONTO — In response to the recent announcement by the Federal Government on its plan to regulate vaping, the Canadian Vaping Association (CVA) welcomes the Minister’s comments acknowledging that e-cigarettes are a less harmful alternative to cigarette smoking and, in fact, can be a useful tool in helping smokers switch from smoking…

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