Effective Friday, September 17, a province-wide mandatory masking order will be implemented for all indoor public spaces.
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Released on January 31, 2020
In order to better protect Saskatchewan youth from risks associated with vaping, The Tobacco and Vapour Products Control Act takes effect tomorrow, February 1, 2020.
“I’m excited to have this legislation in place,” Minister of Health Jim Reiter said. “This legislation will protect Saskatchewan youth from the harmful effects of vapour products. If you never smoked, then don’t vape.”
“Vapour products are highly addictive, trendy and extremely popular among teens and young adults,” Vice President of Community Engagement at the Lung Association of Saskatchewan Jennifer May said. “The Lung Association and its Youth4Change groups congratulate the government on the implementation of The Tobacco and Vapour Products Control Act. This is a great day for lung health as there has been a dramatic rise in youth vaping over the past few years and this will help protect the health of Saskatchewan kids.”
The new legislation is similar to measures found in other provinces and territories in Canada with vaping legislation in place. To address vapour products, The Tobacco and Vapour Products Control Act contains provisions that:
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