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A few words and a poem by Luke

why i spend as much time as i do on things i think may help other people solve a problem and get a bit further a head. Things which may or may not even get to the intended destination. Why i waste time known that the reach will never be as effective as i hope it would.

Regulator watch must not be taken for granted!

We all love the good work put in by Brent and his hard working team. Let’s be sure that we don’t forget to pay our dues to what may have been a key message on numerous occasions!

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A look at how I saw room for improvement In the online experience

There are a hundred things that can occupy a person throughout the day which is more than simply entering a number or sending an email. It becomes an interruption to the task at hand. It’s in these details that “the devil” resides. And it’s these needs that are usually left out when scoping a project.

Kathleen Wynn

THRA Bill 174

When reflecting on Bill174 consider this as a plausible cause and effect scenario: Original Post can be found HERE In the June 2016 Brexit referendum more than 33 million people in the UK exercised their democratic rights on the UK’s future in the European Union. The “Leave” side won by 3.80% or 1,269,500 votes. The …

E-Cigarette Summit 5 – The return of the Summit

The fifth E-Cigarette Summit took place at London’s Royal Society last Friday. For those interested in the true state of global science and regulations on vaping products (and, increasingly, other alternative nicotine products), the Summit is the calendar-event of note.

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Long-term e-cigarette use shows no health concerns

The first long-term study of daily e-cigarette use shows no health concerns in relatively young users who had never smoked tobacco, according to new research presented today at the 2017 Congress of Asian Pacific Society of Respirology (APSR) in Sydney.

PMI’s IQOS heat-not-burn tobacco products just as bad as cigarettes….

 … in terms of adverse effects on blood vessel function | Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education Source: PMI’s IQOS heat-not-burn tobacco products just as bad as cigarettes in terms of adverse effects on blood vessel function | Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education Submitted by sglantz on Tue, 2017-11-14 15:12 Matthew Springer and his …

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The Bryan Curtis story, And how Bill 174 seals this fate for many!

I VAPE to save my life and I will VOTE In order to do so
Kathleen Wynne​ and Justin Trudeau​ have decided that Fear and politics is more important than my right to an alternative to cigarettes!
According to Peer reviewed evidence, Vaping is closing up to %97 safer than smoking. Thats %97 removed from the chances of this happening to me and my family.

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Bill 174, Cannabis, Smoke-Free Ontario and Road Safety Statute Law Amendment Act, 2017

Well sure why shouldn’t the provincial government use the same multi- subject legislation tactic? The sneaky underhanded move seems to be moving things along federally. I guess things like truth and responsibility are a hinderance to a victory speech at the next election. Stupid freedoms! Schedule 3 Smoke-Free Ontario Act, 2017 The Smoke-Free Ontario Act …

Consider the evidence on the benefits of vaping

The government needs to rethink its proposed legislation to amend The Tobacco Act, and instead base its policies on the evidence. Source: Consider the evidence on the benefits of vaping