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Cessation Policy / Harm Reduction

Cessation is about helping people quit smoking. As NSRA does not do programming, we focus on cessation policies and systems that can encourage more people to make an attempt to stop using tobacco products and improve the success rate of those who do so.

Harm reduction is a highly controversial area of tobacco control. It recognizes that not all tobacco users are willing or able to quit and seeks instead to reduce the harm to them and to society from their continued use of tobacco products and/or non-pharmaceutical products containing nicotine.


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According to the latest results from the Canadian Community Health Survey, in 2014, 18.1% of Canadians aged 12 and older-about 5.4 million people were smokers. According to the same study, males smoked more than females: 21.4% vs. 14.8%.
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