In The Community

The Government of Canada

The Government of Canada’s website has great resources if your researching the role of the government when developing smoke-free policies.

dsp-psd.pwgsc.gc.ca/Collection-R/LoPBdP/modules/prb98-8-tobacco/policies.htm

Health Canada

Health Canada’s website has information about implementing smoke-free policies in your community.

hc-sc.gc.ca/hc-ps/pubs/tobac-tabac/io-mi/io-mi16-eng.php

Tobacco Toolkit

The Tobacco Toolkit website has information about tobacco-free sports, developing policies and links to publications and research reports to support the cause.

www.tobaccotoolkit.ca/Tobacco_free_sports/Tobacco%20Free%20Sports%20index.htm

Ontario Campaign For Action on Tobacco

OCAT’s website has excellent information about policies support smoke-free communities. Research reports/publications are also available for free download.

www.ocat.org/onlegislation/casinos.html

Nipissing University

An example of smoke-free policies at Nipissing University.

www.nipissingu.ca/administration/SmokingPolicy.asp

Alberta Health Services

An Inventory of Alberta Health Services Smoking Policies; this PDF file is a great resource if you’re looking to compare this to your own community. Beware! This may cause some advocacy for more policies!

www.ash.ca/information/rha-pdf/RHAhighlights.pdf