Smoking Rates Plateau: “We Used To Be A World Leader”

Smoking rates plateaued as Health Canada suspended anti-tobacco advertising, according to new research. The number of smokers in Canada is unchanged from 2011 and has seen no serious decline in years, according to a University of Waterloo study: “Canada used to be a world leader”.

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