Canada’s Federal Tobacco Control Strategy: Investing in Our Future
The Non-Smokers’ Rights Association is the longest-serving organization in Canada working in tobacco control. Started in 1974 by nurse Rosalie Berlin, the original goal of the organization was to protect non-smokers from the harms of involuntary exposure to second-hand smoke. Over the past 37 years, NSRA has evolved into a well-known and highly-respected national non-profit dedicated to protecting all Canadians from the scourge of tobacco industry practices and products. We welcome the opportunity to provide the Government of Canada with our insights into the future of the federal tobacco control strategy. And we look forward to working with the government to ensure that the next strategy achieves even greater successes than the current one.