Government survey throws some light on Canada’s vaping habits

As Canada moves into a new regulatory framework, research commissioned by the government casts light on the views and habits of Canadian vapers.

The survey was carried out for Health Canada as it geared up for the Tobacco and Vaping Products Act – the country’s first law to regulate e-cigarettes – which came into force in May.

Mostly the survey – the first of its kind carried out for the Canadian government – accords with ECigIntelligence’s own market research.

For example, it found more than 75% of respondents had been using nicotine-containing e-liquid, even though it was technically illegal at the time of the survey. This demonstrated that the law was being openly flouted on a large scale, just as we reported.

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