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Vaping is the act of inhaling and exhaling an aerosol produced by a vaping product, such as an electronic cigarette.
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).
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.
Find posters, handouts, videos and social media images to share about vaping.
October 2019 letter stating intention to enforce legislation related to vaping advertising aimed at youth and reporting businesses not in compliance.
Letter stating intention to enforce legislation related to vaping advertising aimed at youth and reporting businesses not in compliance.
If you are a smoker: completely replacing cigarette smoking with vaping will reduce your exposure to harmful chemicals.
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.
To support implementation of the proposed Act, regulations would need to be enacted in a range of areas, such as cannabis product standards and packaging and labelling requirements, to ensure that the risks and harms of cannabis are appropriately addressed under the legal framework.
The purpose of this Cyclical Enforcement (CE) project was to verify industry's compliance for a subset of the newly regulated vaping products against the requirements for toxicity labelling and child resistant packaging from the Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, 2001 (CCCR, 2001).