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:
Toronto Public Health offers FREE quit smoking programs at various community locations in Toronto.
Create a smoke-free home to protect yourself, your family members and visitors from exposure to second-hand smoke.
It is now against the law to smoke within nine metres of an entrance or exit of any building that is used by the public.
A hookah is a device that is used to smoke moist tobacco or non-tobacco (herbal) products known as shisha.
Young children, pets and wildlife are at risk if they eat them. Toxins also seep into the ground and get into our water supply. We have over 7000 litter/recycling bins in Toronto.
Find a butt receptacle and use it!