Nova Scotia consulting on flavors strategy

Nova Scotia consulting on flavors strategy

January 6, 2015

The government of Nova Scotia, Canada, is due to consult this month and next on what flavors should be banned from inclusion in tobacco products, and whether any bans should be extended to include electronic cigarette liquids, according to a CBC News story.

In November, a proposed law that would have extended a ban on tobacco flavors to e-juice came under fire from members of the public, and the government quickly backtracked.
Members of the law amendments committee were said to have heard or received emails from dozens of Nova Scotians opposed to the ban on flavoured e-juice.

Subsequently, the Liberal party members of the committee voted to delete the sections of the bill that would have banned flavoured tobacco and e-juice.

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