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Creating tobacco-free campus policies
Tobacco-free campus guide
Why we should make campuses tobacco-free – and how to do it2Loading...
Making Campuses Tobacco-Free: A Student Guide to Action
Adapted with permission from Tobacco-Free College Campus Initiative’s Create Change: A Student Toolkit2Loading...
Smoke-Free Workplace Campus Toolkit for Leaders
Sample tobacco-free campus policies
Sample Comprehensive Tobacco-Free Policy for Colleges and Universities
Non-Smokers’ Rights Association - Smoking and Health Action Foundation4Loading...
Sample tobacco and smoke-free policy
Clauses adopted from existing Ontario university/college 100% smoke- and commercial tobacco-free policies4Loading...
Tobacco and Smoke Free Campus
University and College 100% Smoke-Free Campuses in Canada
NATIONAL STATUS REPORT - Canadian Cancer Society1Loading...
Supporting a Healthier Campus
One University’s Journey to Smoke-Free1Loading...
Model Smoking Policy for Post-Secondaries
Action on Smoking and HealthLoading...
Universités et collèges ayant des campus 100 % sans fumée au Canada
RAPPORT DE LA SITUATION NATIONALE - Société canadienne du cancerLoading...
Rates of smoking and tobacco use
Tobacco Use in Canada: Patterns and Trends
The report uses data from national surveys conducted by Health Canada and Statistics Canada to summarize the main patterns and trends in tobacco use in Canada2Loading...
Summary of results of the Youth Smoking Survey 2012-2013
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Flavoured Tobacco use among Canadian Youth
Evidence from Canada’s 2012/2013 youth smoking surveyLoading...
Stop smoking resources
The Last Drag
Many people in the LGBT2SQ+ community have successfully stopped using tobacco, and you can too.3Loading...
Quit4Life - Canada.ca
Interactive resources designed to assist youth in quitting smoking2Loading...
AlbertaQuits can help you quit smoking
Online, phone, text and email support to help you quit.1Loading...
Break It Off
Break It Off helps young adults quit smoking and stay smoke-free1Loading...
The Quit Crowd
A diverse and welcoming community of Manitobans looking to quit smoking or stay smoke-free found on Facebook1Loading...
Avoiding tobacco industry funding
Tobacco industry and corporate responsibility…an inherent contradiction
This document has been developed by WHO’s tobacco free initiative1Loading...
Tobacco industry links to faculties of medicine in Canada
The tobacco industry uses various strategies to promote itself as a socially responsible, ethical industry, including establishing links with health institutions and medical research.1Loading...
Institutional addiction to tobacco
To mitigate growing public opposition, the tobacco industry attempts to buy respectability and social legitimacy.5-8 In the process, not only does it addict consumers to its lethal product, but it addicts institutions to a portion of its profits.Loading...