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  • | Electronic Cigarettes

    Email Your Questions

    Email smokefreeontariowebsite@gmail.com if you are having issues accessing the SFOA test or your certificate. Please include your name and/or email address used to take the test. If possible, please include: what browser you are using (visit http://whatsmybrowser.org and follow the instructions on screen to find out if you don’t already know) how you are trying to access the […]

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  • | Electronic Cigarettes

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  • | Electronic Cigarettes

    Electronic Cigarettes Act

    The Electronic Cigarettes Act came into place on January 1, 2016.  This new Act Prohibits the sale and supply of e-cigarettes to anyone less than 19 years of age; Prohibis the sale and supply of e-cigarettes to any person who appears to be less than 25 years old without asking for identification; Prohibits the use of […]

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  • | Regulations

    Smoke-Free Ontario Act Amendments

    Changes to the Smoke-Free Ontario Act, effective January 1, 2016 include: Prohibition on the sale of flavoured tobacco products, with some exemptions for wine, port, whisky and rum flavoured cigars between 1.4 and 6 grams, all flavoured cigars over 6 grams and flavoured pipe tobacco. A temporary exemption for menthol and clove flavoured tobacco products […]

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  • | Regulations

    Announcing the New Vendor Training Website

    It is with great excitement that we welcome you to our newly redesigned and updated Smoke-Free Ontario Vendor Training website. Within the new website, you will find a variety of improvements upon our old site. We have simplified the navigation and opted for a clearer and more concise route to the important information you need to know. We have also added additional training documents as well as a news section to keep you up to date on necessary information.

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  • | Regulations

    New steps towards a smoke-free Ontario

    Ontario has made changes to the Smoke-Free Ontario Act to further protect children and youth from the dangers of smoking. As of January 1, 2015, it will be illegal to:

    • smoke on and around children’s playgrounds and publicly owned sport fields and surfaces (e.g., areas for basketball, baseball, soccer or beach volleyball, ice rinks, tennis courts, splash pads and swimming pools that are owned by a municipality, the province or a postsecondary education institution)

    • smoke on all bar and restaurant patios, whether covered or not (with an exemption for uncovered patios established by the Royal Canadian Legion – Ontario Provincial Command before November 18, 2013)

    • sell tobacco on university and college campuses (this applies to buildings that are owned and areas that are leased by a postsecondary institution or student union)

    Learn more at Ontario.ca/smokefree.

    For more information on legislation, please click here

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