Healthy Lifestyle

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Live Tobacco-Free

Smoking is the number one cause of
preventable death and disease in Ontario

Tobacco kills half of all its long-term users. That equates to 36 Ontarians a day or 13,000 Ontarians per year. We want to help the public to live tobacco-free by providing information on:

Do You Want To Quit Smoking Cigarettes?

The STOP program delivers research-based, cost-free smoking cessation workshops in local communities.

Eligible participants will attend an educational session and receive a five-week course of nicotine patches. See workshop dates.

Live Tobacco-Free

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Quitting

Toronto Public Health offers FREE quit smoking programs at various community locations in Toronto.

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Enforcement

Toronto Public Health provides information to the public concerning enforcement action taken under the Smoke-Free Ontario Act

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Hookah and Shisha

Tobacco and non-tobacco shisha have serious health impacts for smokers and those exposed to second-hand smoke.