Canada: the e-cigarette market, June 2024

The Canadian market has grown rapidly over the past two years, largely due to the popularity of disposables. A new excise tax in July 2024 will more than double the excise rate in some provinces.

Quebec introduced a flavour ban in October 2023 and talks of a federal flavour ban have reignited. In provinces with full flavour bans, vapers still use illegal products.

More vape stores have opened in the last 12 months, especially where non-specialist stores are banned from selling flavoured e-liquids, but the number of stores has decreased in provinces with a full flavour ban.

This report analyses the current state of the Canadian e-cigarette market, how it has changed and what to expect, covering market sizes, vaping population, retail channels, form factors and flavour bans.

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Lucas Tremlett

Head of data
Lucas holds a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy, politics and economics (PPE) from Erasmus University College in Rotterdam, and a Master’s in Political and Electoral Analysis from Carlos III University in Madrid. He has previously worked at Kieskompas, a polling company based in Amsterdam, Fundación Alternativas, a think-tank based in Madrid, and IO Investigación, a market research company also in Madrid. He has experience in academic and market research.

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