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The Lung Association of Nova Scotia and Smoke-Free Nova Scotia, with funding from Heart and Stroke, released the report “The 2020-2021 Youth and Young Adult Vaping Project.” The study claims that the results of the survey are evidence to support policy changes.
The consensus among the panelists was that all flavours should be banned to protect youth. OTRU’s recommendation to ban flavours was presented using a curated selection of the research on vaping, with the sole
objective of protecting youth.
Response to the Peterborough Examiner: Dr. Rosana Salvaterra: Vaping continues to pose a threat to Peterborough’s young people
After review of Dr. Rosana Salvaterra’s op-ed, “Vaping continues to pose a threat to Peterborough’s young people,” published by the Peterborough Examiner, the Canadian Vaping Association agrees with many of the comments made by Dr. Salvaterra.
The Canadian Vaping Association (CVA) continues to be a vocal adversary for vape taxation, cautioning all governments that taxing a harm reduction product is counter productive
There is no research to support a connection between vaping and COVID-19.
The idea that flavoured vaping products contribute to youth vaping is a common misconception that has been discredited by the Centers of Decease Control and Prevention (CDC).