Review: A Hard Habit To Kick

A quarter-century after a federal health minister declared tobacco was socially taboo, it so happens that 5,764,843 Canadians still smoke. Industry Canada still grants patents for improved cigarette rolling machines. And for many aboriginal Canadians, cigarettes are “an important industry that helps to provide the needs of life,” writes journalist Jim Poling, Sr.

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