Key Issues

in Exposure to Second-hand Smoke, Second-hand Smoke

The Evolution of Smoke-Free Outdoor Spaces

When it comes to second-hand smoke (SHS), Canadians are in the midst of a major social norm change. Now that virtually all indoor workplaces and public places are smoke-free, there is a growing appetite for more smoke-free public spaces outdoors, even among smokers.1 As people’s exposure to SHS decreases, their tolerance for exposure decreases as well, manifesting in greater public demand for SHS protection.

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