Canada: e-cigarette regulation, November 2022

Canada’s Tobacco and Vaping Products Act became law in 2018, bringing nationwide regulation of e-cigarettes to the country for the first time.

There is a nicotine limit of 20 ml/mg. A ban on all e-liquid flavours aside from mint, menthol and tobacco was proposed in June 2021.

The federal excise duty on vaping products came into effect on 1st October 2022.

This report provides a detailed overview of the current regulatory framework for e-cigarettes and related products in Canada, covering all policy areas. It analyses federal policies and should be read in conjunction with the ECigIntelligence provincial and territorial tracker.

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Lorenzo Guaragna

Senior legal analyst
Lorenzo holds a masters degree in International Law from the University of Trento, Italy, where he specialised in aspects of European law. In 2017 he completed a six-month exchange programme with Erasmus+ in Tarragona, Spain. He has had work experience in the legal sector as an intern in a law firm and at the Court of Rovereto, Italy. He specialises in tobacco and novel nicotine products taxation, as well as traceability and security systems for tobacco products in the European Union.

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