Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for the 4 Weekend and 5 May 2019. (Update the news at 11h29)
CANADA: INVALIDATION OF CERTAIN ARTICLES OF VACATION LAW!
Little surprise in Canada before starting this first weekend of May! If the Superior Court has just confirmed the right of the Quebec government to legislate on vaping, it also declares inoperative certain sections of the law that prohibit the demonstration of vaping products inside shops and specialized clinics. (See the article)
MOROCCO: PHILIP MORRIS WANTS A MARKET THAT MEETS INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS
The standard known as "10-1-10", regulating the content of cigarettes in nicotine, tar and carbon monoxide, is again relevant. This time it is operators of the tobacco sector in Morocco who request its introduction to align with international standards. At the helm of the plaintiffs is the Moroccan subsidiary of the world's leading tobacco company, Philip Morris. (See the article)
FRANCE: THE "GLOVE E-CIGARETTE", AN ACCESSORY THAT HELPS SARAH LEVY TO WIN A PRIZE!
This year, there is an accessory that has been much talked about at the Hyères festival: the glove e-cigarette Sarah Levy. This Belgian designer 36 years, architect training, has just won the public award for "Creatures of clothing", its ingenious collection that reflects the spirit of the times. (See the article)
SWITZERLAND: MORE VAPOTAGE IN CFB STATIONS FROM EARLY JUNE!
From the 1er June 2019, the Swiss Federal Railways will apply their directive to ban smoking and vaping in all stations in the country, following the decision of the Union of Public Transport on this issue. (See the article)