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The Canadian province of Quebec will soon ban the sale of vaping products in flavors other than tobacco. The new provincial health code also bans the sale of e-liquid bottles larger than 30 milliliters and prefilled devices larger than 2 milliliters.
The regulation was officially published in the official provincial gazette on August 2, and it came into effect on October 31, 90 days after its publication.
The flavor ban and other provisions were first announced in draft regulations released in April. According to a press release from the Quebec Vaping Rights Coalition, more than 30,000 Quebecers took the time to comment on the proposed flavor ban, but the Ministry of Health has not made any changes to the regulations in response to public demands.
When the flavor ban is officially introduced, most Quebec vape shops will be closed. The Quebec Vape Shops Alliance expects all 400 independent vape shops in the province to close by then.
Quebec, with a population of 8.5 million, is Canada's second-most populous province and the largest to enact flavor bans. Four other provinces and territories - Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and the Northwest Territories - have also enacted spice bans. A ban has already been passed in Nunavut, but no implementation date has been set.
Additionally, three other provinces -- British Columbia, Ontario and Saskatchewan -- have restricted flavored products to adults-only stores, such as vape shops.