Smokes Costing $170 Monthly

The typical smoker is spending $170 a month on cigarettes, says Department of Health research. The department has targeted a reduction in smoking rates from about 18 percent of Canadians to five percent by 2036: “One third of Canadian smokers, 35 percent, say the cigarettes they smoke are unaffordable.”

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