Contrary to rumours Health Canada would stall legalization of vape pens, those products became legal this week along with edibles and topicals. Nonetheless, some doctors are warning Canadians against using even legal, regulated REC vape products.
- The fact that three very different products (nicotine e-cigarettes, cannabis oil-pens, and dry-herb vaporizers) are all referred to as “vaping” is not helping anything.
- The Council of Chief Medical Officers of Health expressed concerns about “the substantial rise of [nicotine] vaping” among teenagers, and the likelihood that those who vape nicotine products will become smokers.
- One Canadian case of VAPI has been confirmed, while another is suspected. Both are connected with nicotine e-cigarettes.
Ici Radio-Canada—In French, CTV News