Canadian province wants vape licence fee doubled to enforce laws and protect youth

The Canadian province of New Brunswick has introduced changes to its law governing vaping in a bid to protect youth and crack down on those who have been flouting its existing rules.

The amendments introduced would require every retailer selling electronic cigarettes or vaping products to be licensed, would double the cost of licences to CAD200 (USD145) from CAD100 (USD73) to help fund enforcement of the law and would ban the use of vending machines to sell tobacco, smoking supplies, electronic cigarettes or vaping liquids.

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