The Government of Saskatchewan announced on Tuesday, November 26 that it is joining British Columbia’s class action lawsuit against opioid manufacturers and distributors. Continue reading “SK joins BC in lawsuit against opioid makers”
Amendments to The Tobacco Control Act were passed unanimously by the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday, November 6 to allow the province to move quickly to ensure regulation of vaping and vaping products is in line with existing tobacco legislation. Continue reading “Vaping regulations passed into law”
Health Minister Jim Reiter introduced proposed amendments to The Tobacco Control Act to bring vaping products in line with existing tobacco legislation.
The amendments were introduced on Tuesday, November 5.
“The Government of Saskatchewan takes the health of our citizens very seriously and this legislation is an important step in protecting Saskatchewan youth in particular from the harms of vaping products,” Reiter said. “If you don’t smoke there is no need to vape.” Continue reading “Tobacco Control Act vaping limits proposed”