Canada’s vape industry facing demand to reveal product and sales information

Canadian manufacturers of vaping products could soon have to reveal to the federal government key information such as the ingredients in their products, sales figures and their promotional activities.

Proposed changes to the regulations on vaping products that fall under the Tobacco and Vaping Products Act would create new reporting requirements for those who manufacture e-liquids and devices not including cannabis vaping products, which are covered by the Cannabis Act. The Canadian government expects the new reporting requirements to come into effect in 2023.

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