The Canadian Public Health Agency (CPHA) has recently released a position paper on tobacco use in Canada and what governments and policy makers can do to help protect the health of Canadians. The full report can be found online at http://www.cpha.ca/uploads/positions/position-paper-tobacco_e.pdf . An excerpt from the executive summary: For more than five decades, the Canadian [...]
If approved by council, the regulations would create smoke-free spaces at four beaches, more than 1,000 city parks, more than 200 patios and areas outside about 300 city facilities such as arenas and City Hall.
This February the Fairmont Chateau Laurier hotel will be hosting Ottawa’s 4th annual smoking cessation conference, entitled State of the Art Approaches to Smoking Cessation. The Ottawa Conference is a recognized national reference point for health professionals seeking to gain knowledge in clinical smoking cessation. This conference will allow you to hear from smoking cessation [...]