In Canada, the vaping situation is critical, especially with regard to the presence of aroma in e-liquids. In protest, the Quebec vaping rights coalition (CDVQ) yesterday held a press event in front of the National Assembly of Quebec.
A STRONG DISAGREEMENT AGAINST THE FLAVOR BAN PROJECT
Yesterday morning, the Quebec vaping rights coalition (CDVQ) held a press event in front of the National Assembly of Quebec to express its strong disagreement with the project of the government and its Minister of Health and Social Services, Mr. Christian Dubé, to ban flavors in vaping.
In order to respect health standards, life-size posters of citizens who have quit smoking through vaping were displayed in front of the Parliament Building. On this occasion, the spokesperson for the CDVQ, Ms. Christina Xydous, spoke and urged Minister Christian Dubé, Premier Legault and the entire CAQ government to reconsider this draft regulation and allow flavors in vaping, because " it is a real public health issue».
To consult the speech of the spokesperson, Ms. Christina Xydous meet here.