Sunday, March 29, 2009

Health Canada puts foot down on electronic cigarettes

From CBC News:
Health Canada is warning people not to use so-called "electronic smoking" products, and has instructed businesses not to promote or sell them until the government has evaluated their safety.

"Persons importing, advertising or selling electronic cigarette products in Canada must stop doing so immediately," Health Canada said in a statement Friday.

This includes electronic cigarettes (dubbed "e-cigarettes"), cigars, cigarillos and pipes, and cartridges of nicotine solutions.

The department said sales, imports and ads for the devices, which vaporize tobacco without burning it, are governed by the Food and Drugs Act and require federal approval, which none has so far received. ...more

1 comment:

eCreativebg said...

I'm using one from months and there is no probleп this is funny.

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