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Vaping is the act of inhaling and exhaling an aerosol produced by a vaping product, such as an electronic cigarette.
Find posters, handouts, videos and social media images to share about vaping.
Vaping products manufactured, labelled, advertised, imported or sold in Canada are subject to Tobacco and Vaping Products Act, Canada Consumer Product Safety Act, Food and Drugs Act, Non-smokers' Health Act, Cannabis Act.
We conduct research about vaping in Canada to: assess the size of the vaping product market, understand how Canadians are using these products and keep on top of the latest science on vaping.
Vaping can increase your exposure to chemicals that could harm your health (e.g. cause lung damage). Vaping could also expose you to nicotine, which is addictive.
Health Canada has a rigorous compliance and enforcement program in place to ensure that manufacturers, importers and sellers of vaping products comply with the Tobacco and Vaping Products Act (TVPA).
Letter stating intention to enforce legislation related to vaping advertising aimed at youth and reporting businesses not in compliance.
October 2019 letter stating intention to enforce legislation related to vaping advertising aimed at youth and reporting businesses not in compliance.
The Canadian Tobacco and Nicotine Survey (CTNS) 2019 measures the prevalence of cigarette smoking, vaping, alcohol and cannabis use among Canadians aged 15 years and older. CTNS is conducted by Statistics Canada on behalf of Health Canada.
The Tobacco Reporting Regulations made under the Tobacco and Vaping Products Act incorporate by reference a number of Health Canada official methods that must be followed when dealing with the following: mainstream smoke, sidestream smoke, whole tobacco, sample preparation and toxicity testing.
The following tables provide the number of the method, the title and a brief description of the methods for the analysis of the substances found in mainstream smoke.