According to the information from regulation tobacco control, recently, imperial brand Canada has publicly expressed its opposition to a government health department's proposal on reducing nicotine content in steam electronic cigarettes.
Prior to this, the health department of the Canadian government has proposed to reduce the maximum nicotine content of steam electronic cigarette products to 20 mg / ml. But imperial Canada points out that such measures will undermine the government's goal of tobacco control, that is, to reduce the national smoking rate to less than 5% by 2035.
In response, a person in charge of imperial brand Canada pointed out that limiting the nicotine content in e-cigarettes to 20 mg / ml would mean that current smokers would not be able to find their own substitutes for tobacco products, which might eventually lead to a large number of e-cigarette consumers to start smoking again. The official believes that the 20 mg / ml nicotine amount proposed by the government is too low to meet the needs of current smokers in Canada, let alone those who are looking for low hazard alternatives.