Quebec closer to banning non-tobacco flavours among other e-cig regulations

The Canadian province of Quebec has served notice it plans to ban flavours other than tobacco and limit nicotine concentrations in vaping products sold there.

In a notice of draft regulations dated 19th April, health minister Christian Dubé said the province also plans to limit the size of vaping liquid containers and that vaping devices will not be able to look like “a toy, jewellery, food, animal or real or fictional character” or any other form that might be attractive to under-age consumers.

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