Concerns over young e-cigarette users

Nathan Liewicki
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CCS in Saskatchewan wants bans on e-cigarettes

For only $12.99, Moose Javians can fill their lungs with countless blasts of menthol bursts, cherry bombs and grape sensations.

The Saskatchewan division of the Canadian Cancer Society has concerns about the consumption of e-cigarettes, like these VAPUR e-cigarettes sold at the Co-op gas bar, by youth and young adults. 

Have a craving for a kiss of vanilla or a café latte instead? Just head to your local Co-op gas bar and the craving can be fulfilled with the purchase of a VAPUR e-cigarette.

Nathan Liewicki can be reached at 306-691-1256 or follow him on Twitter @liewicks

Organizations: Canadian Cancer Society, Saskatchewan division, CCS Quebec division Rexall Drug Store Times-Herald University of Montreal Health Canada

Geographic location: Saskatchewan, Canada, Moose Jaw

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  • Kent
    August 19, 2014 - 09:54

    There are enough studies to know there is no gateway to tobacco use and it should be clear that the ones in smgas stations etc do not contain nicotine and are not regulate by Health Canada . The only normalization of smoking is Public Health tying them to cigarettes.