The Electronic Cigarette Act 2014 Means...

Posted by The VapeMate Team on 12/21/2014 to Industry

What exactly does Ontario Bill 45 (Making Healthier Choices Act, 2014), Schedule 3 (Electronic Cigarettes Act, 2014) mean to retailers? Here's a re-cap:

Bill 45 News Release:
Bill 45 Details:

At a high level, we have determined that the most significant impact on our industry includes (but is not limited to):

  • No Sales to Under 19 (one agreeable point)
  • No Displays of Electronic Cigarette hardware
  • No Displays of E-Liquid (with or without nicotine)
  • No Listing of flavours
  • No Showing consumers how to use or troubleshoot the devices
  • No Vaping in Vape Shops, thus no Vape Lounges
  • No Ontario Based Online Sales (Questionable but it is Display and Promotion)
  • No Indoor Vape Meets in Public Spaces (Even if private club, a paid venue or rented space)
  • No Vaping in vehicle with persons under 16 years old

We've put together a short skit to demonstrate how this will effect retail Personal Vapourizer shops in Ontario which shows both PRE and POST Bill 45.

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