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Brief Overview

Health Canada classifies nicotine-containing e-cigarettes as new drugs under the Food and Drug Regulations. As such, there are restrictions on their sale, advertisement, promotion, sponsorship, importation and manufacturing. Products without nicotine are not regulated.

New Brunswick implemented the Tobacco and Electronic Cigarette Sales Act in 2016. Provisions of the act include:

  • A ban on sale and supply to minors;
  • Sales banned wherever tobacco sales are banned;
  • A ban on use in indoor public spaces and workplaces;
  • A ban on or in school property, in cars with kids under 16, within three metres of patios, within nine metres of doors, windows and air intakes of workplaces;
  • A ban on promotion visible from outside retail premises; permits signage showing only availability and price, but vape shops exempted in the inside of their premises only;
  • Vape shops are allowed point of sale display.

New Brunswick has a small vaping scene and retail stores can be found mainly in Moncton, with only a few shops available throughout other parts of the state.

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