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:

2017 World No Tobacco Day (WNTD)

Every year on May 31st, the World Health Organization and partners mark WNTD to highlight the health and additional risks associated with tobacco use, and advocate for effective policies to reduce tobacco consumption. The theme for this year is Tobacco – a threat to development.

At Toronto Public Health, we are promoting the day and encouraging quit attempts by running two cessation workshops. Workshop dates and details.

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.