E-cigarettes in Canada

Regulation of vaping products came in in 2018, bringing medium level restrictions and a fast-growing market. This page provides all of our material relating to Canada and its vaping market. This includes all of our full-length Canadian market and regulatory reports, our extensive news coverage – both business and regulatory – our numerous trackers and databases, as well as our live alerts.

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Some Canada’s data insights

In May 2018, the Tobacco and Vaping Products Act became law, bringing nationwide regulation of e-cigarettes to Canada. The Tobacco and Vaping Products Act (TVPA) sets the general rules governing vapour products, both with and without nicotine.

The most recent Proposal on Vaping Products Labelling and Packaging Regulations was submitted in June 2019, which aims to strengthen product requirements, especially regarding nicotine products.

In February 2019, the government served notice of plans to tighten restrictions on advertising and published the Notice of Intent – Potential Measures to Reduce the Impact of Vaping Products Advertising on Youth and Non-users of Tobacco Products. Although the period for public comments ended in March, the government still has not decided on the next steps.

Individual provinces have started taking matters into their own hands, imposing further restrictions including tax hikes and nicotine caps.

Canada is a fast-growing market; however, the growth rate is currently negatively affected by the recent vaping scandal in the US. Vape stores are registering a significant decrease in sales.