Robert N. Proctor: A History of the Knowledge - and Ignorance - of Harms from Cigarettes in Canada, 1950-2000
Click here to download Robert N. Proctor's expert report submitted in the Quebec class action lawsuits (Letourneau vs. Imperial Tobacco Canada Ltd. et al. and Conseil québécois sur le tabac e la santé vs. JTI-Macdonald Corp. et al.)
According to the latest results from the Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey (CTUMS), for data collected between February and December 2010, about 4.7 million people, representing 17% of the population aged 15 years and older, were current smokers, of which 13% reported smoking daily. Approximately 20% of men were current smokers, higher than the proportion of women (14%).
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