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.
© Times-Herald photo by Nathan Liewicki
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