Room for interpretation in federal law – Canada regulatory report

Canada’s Tobacco and Vaping Products Act became law in May 2018, bringing nationwide regulation of e-cigarettes to the country for the first time. The act remains very general, leaving wide scope for further regulation to clarify details. Albeit, Health Canada has clarified in its guidance that other related regulation is applicable and quite specific requirements have emerged – as foreseen by consumer products, chemicals and health and safety regulations.

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1 Executive summary
2 Regulatory landscape
3 National regulatory framework
4 Obligation to notify
5 Labelling and packaging
6 Advertising and marketing
7 Retail channels
8 Public vaping
9 Taxation
10 Enforcement – major update
11 Relevant laws
12 Relevant bodies

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