Expect Trade Challenge Over Plain Packaging Tobacco Act

Cabinet can expect challenges under free trade rules and the Trademarks Act if it mandates plain packaging of tobacco, says a Health Canada report. The department proposes to enact an Australian-style law mandating that cigarettes be sold in uniformly drab packaging: ‘It would set a precedent for other consumer goods.’

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