Pressure is growing on the Ontario provincial government to pull back on key aspects of its new anti-vaping law. Associate Minister of Health Dipika Damerla is coming under increasing fire as the government struggles to reconcile its crackdown with new scientific evidence pointing to the health benefits of vaping.
Pressing the point on behalf of the Canadian Vaping Association is veteran constitutional lawyer Douglas Elliott. He says Ontario’s anti-vaping law is unconstitutional and the recent ruling by the Supreme Court of Canada that legalized assisted-dying may dramatically impact the validity of the law.
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Produced by: Brent Stafford
Released on May 25, 2016
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