Vaping in Canada Survey Report

According to the latest Vaping in Canada survey report, the rates of young adults (20-24) who have smoked vape products are relatively stable. However, the rate of vaping among youth aged 15-19 and adults aged 25 and older increased slightly. Overall, 5% of Canadians reported vaping in the past 30 days. The highest rates were found in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.

Access to information about vaping products

Health Canada could not develop policies related to vaping products if it did not have access to comprehensive data on their sales and ingredients. It would not be possible to measure changes in the market with current data sets. It would also be difficult to collect such data if manufacturers are not required to disclose all their information. Fortunately, there are a few promising steps toward increasing access to information about vaping products in Canada.

The use of vaping devices is increasing in North America. However, their use is not only a problem, but it is also threatening the work of decades of public health efforts. Fortunately, there are several steps to reduce the risks associated with vaping products. First, people should be informed about the risks involved with the products.

Health Canada is also working to improve access to information about vaping products in Canada. The government is investing in surveillance activities, market research, and public opinion research. It has also purchased sales data from third parties. However, this data is limited to sales at retail stores and does not include wholesale sales from manufacturers. In addition, Health Canada has conducted laboratory analysis on a limited number of vaping products, to determine their chemical content and emissions.


Another step towards improving access to information about vaping products is to improve product labelling. Information about the concentration of ingredients in vaping products is essential for consumers. It is also important to know how much nicotine a product contains, as these products may contain several different substances. If manufacturers are not willing to provide this information, they can contact their suppliers.

Prevalence of vaping among young adults in Canada and the US

A recent study found that the prevalence of vaping among young adults has increased significantly in the past five years. This increase is concerning, as it may have a negative impact on young people's health. Researchers from the Canadian Tobacco and Nicotine Survey found that more than one-third of young adults (15 to 19 years) had tried vaping in the past thirty days.

The researchers compared vaping rates with those for smokers and non-smokers in Canada and the US. They found that the rate of smoking in both countries increased, as did the prevalence of vaping. Additionally, the rates of vaping increased among those who were non-smokers or had tried e-cigarettes for less than one month. In Canada, the rate of vaping among young adults increased from 5.6% to 8.7%, which is a significant increase.

The study findings highlight the need to prevent vaping at an early age. It identifies several risk factors and ACEs associated with vaping in young adults and suggests that early intervention is essential for reducing the risk of adverse effects. These findings can be used to develop prevention and intervention programs aimed at preventing youth from starting vaping.

The study also showed that adults with a higher education level and individual wealth index were more likely to use e-cigarettes. In addition, individuals with less than a high school diploma were less likely to be aware of the use of e-cigarettes than adults with higher levels of education and income.

The study's findings suggest that the use of nicotine-based e-cigarettes was increasing at a rapid rate in both Canada and the US. However, the study also found that the use of JUUL-type devices was associated with a steep increase in e-cigarette use among young adults. While numerous studies have examined JUUL use in the US, a limited number of studies have assessed pod use in Canadian youth. These results can help policy makers develop effective prevention and intervention programs.

The study used a purposive sampling strategy to ensure adequate coverage of hard-to-reach groups, including youth and young adults. A question was posed during screening to participants: "Have you smoked or vaped e-cigarettes on a regular basis in the last four weeks?" Those respondents who answered "yes" to this question were considered regular smokers.

Brands used by Canadians who have vaped in the past 12 months

The recent study conducted by Statistics Canada found that more than half of Canadians agree with federal regulations limiting the advertising of electronic cigarettes. The survey also found that a quarter of Canadians would like to see a warning label on e-cigarette products. More than four in five people also support banning e-cigarettes from being sold to minors.

US and Canadian statistics showed that the proportion of those who reported ever or recent vaping increased from 9.4% to 28.1% in the last year. However, the proportion of Canadians who reported ever vaping was not significantly different from that of English vapers. In Canada, a quarter of Canadians reported vaping for 15 days or more in the past month, compared to 6.8% of English vapers. These findings suggest that vaping is becoming an increasingly popular way to quit smoking.

The study also found that vaping is common among post-secondary students. However, the prevalence is highest among younger students. Twenty-one percent of students in grades seven to twelve reported vaping in the past month. Further, the study also found that vaping is highly associated with cigarette smoking and cannabis use. These findings may help researchers develop future awareness campaigns aimed at increasing awareness about vaping among youth.

In the study, students were asked to indicate which brands they use most frequently. The majority of youth said they use other brands of e-cigarettes. In terms of prevalence, Puff Bar, JUUL, and SMOK ranked at the top three.

Adolescent vaping increased by five percentage points in Canada and six percentage points in the US in the past year. This reflects the rapid change in the market. In addition, the emergence of nicotine salt-based products has made it even more vital to keep a close eye on the market.

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