The Smoke Free Ontario Act states that “no person shall, in any place, sell or offer to sell tobacco, at retail, unless signs bearing health warnings and other information are posted at the place.”
Post this sign on and in the area of the sales counter.
The Smoke Free Ontario Act states a maximum of three signs are permitted only to inform customers that tobacco products are sold and/or the product price.
Beyond the three allowable signs, a sign in any place where tobacco products are either sold or offered for sale that refers to tobacco products or tobacco product accessories, or both, is “promotional material” if the sign is not one of the three required signs to be displayed by the Smoke Free Ontario Act or the Smoke Free Ontario Act Ontario Regulations” and may result in a penalty.
Signs that promote brand name, logo or products containing tobacco either directly or indirectly outside the store are prohibited.