Friday, December 14, 2007

Nova Scotia Bans Smoking in Cars with Children Under 19

The National Post Reports:

Nova Scotia became the first Canadian province Thursday to ban smoking in vehicles with children under the age of 19. The new legislation follows a similar, history-making law the Nova Scotia community of Wolfville passed in November.

The new law will come into effect in January, will likely be police-enforced and involve a fine levied through a ticket system.
Ontario and British Columbia have also recently introduced similar bills to ban smoking in cars with children.

We will continue to keep you posted on developments.

- Annie Noa Kenet, Toronto

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