US: Connecticut Proposes a Ban on Flavoured E-Cigarettes

Despite evidence to the contrary, the proposed Senate Bill 367 assumes that a flavour ban would reduce teen vaping rates.

Just like other Northeast States’ bills, namely the ones in Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Rhode Island, Senate Bill 367 assumes that a flavour ban would reduce teen vaping rates. This despite the constant incoming data indicating that actually flavour bans do not work.

Recent figures from San Francisco, which was the first US city to ban flavours, has in line with expert predictions indicated that the measure has just led to teens reverting from vaping to smoking. Besides facing significant opposition from the tobacco industry and retailers leading up to the final days of the 2019-20 Legislative Session, SF’s flavour ban had also been met with concern by public health experts who predicted that it would drive teens back to smoking regular cigarettes.

Similarly, the city’s chief economist Ted Egan, whose office is charged with analyzing the economic impact of legislations in San Francisco, had confirmed that the ban would only lead to increased smoking rates. And sadly, data keep confirming this.

Vape flavour bans lead to increased smoking rates

A recent study published in JAMA Pediatrics, found that following San Francisco’s flavour ban, teenagers in the city’s high schools were more likely to take up smoking than teenagers in US school districts where no flavour bans were imposed. While prior to the ban, smoking rates in San Francisco were similar to that of many cities across the country.

In line with these data, a recent report by renowned anti-smoking researcher Dr. Konstantinos Farsalinos’ titled “The Case for Flavours,” highlights that ultimately flavour bans are a form of prohibition, which only serve to fuel the growth of massive black markets and increases in smoking rates, as they lead many vapers to turn back to smoking.

There is no vaping epidemic

In the episode, Dr. Farsalinos discussed his multidimensional review on the use of flavours in nicotine vapes and offers his recommendations to regulators. In the past the researcher has spoken against the alleged teen vaping epidemic explaining why considering an increase in vaping an epidemic, is a flawed premise.

He had explained that the risk of dependence on nicotine and the risks associated with e-cigarette use cannot and should not be compared to the risks from smoking. He added that the duty of public health officials is to weigh the benefits and adverse effects of any intervention and check where the balance lies. Farsalinos has consistently highlighted that in the case of e-cigarettes, the benefits outweigh any adverse effects, and this needs to be taken into account.

“Even if e-cigarettes are causally linked to subsequent smoking (which has not been proven to be the case, the common liability phenomenon is a much more plausible explanation), the contribution of e-cigarettes to smoking prevalence is minimal. We should not forget that all these years that e-cigarette use (mainly experimentation) was increasing among youth, the smoking prevalence has substantially declined. This is why I mentioned above that the smoking rates should be mentioned when the data are presented,” he explained.

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MOTI Launched the Flagship Product MOTI K Pro and More in Malaysia

MOTI’s latest official launch event with a theme’ level up your sense’, was just held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on March 29, 2022.


The newly released MOTI K Pro will be widely available across the Malaysia market in the following flavors: Tropical Mango, Lime Grape, Lychee lce, Sarsi lce, Lemon lce, Roasted Coffee, Oolong Tea, Passionfruit Breeze.

MOTI Launched the Flagship Product MOTI K Pro and More in Malaysia MOTI Launched the Flagship Product MOTI K Pro and More in Malaysia

MOTI Launched the Flagship Product MOTI K Pro and More in Malaysia

According to the event, MOTI K Pro selling price starts from RM119, very competitive price in local market. This Spark Design Award-winning model has gone viral due to its innovative function: flip the POD to change the vaping modes between DTL and MTL; Also, the upgraded version of MOTI’s self-developed technology MCU is also equipped in this flagship product, which made the exclusive heating program for each flavor come true. Launching a major hit product like MOTI K Pro in Malaysia, and its market importance is self-evident.


Malaysia is one of the most important markets in MOTI’s overseas strategy, and it undertakes the remarkable task of building a benchmark for branding and channel building.

MOTI Launched the Flagship Product MOTI K Pro and More in Malaysia

MOTI as the top 2 e-cigarette brand in China, has been known for its strong product development and independent production capabilities. The products cover closed, open and disposable. It can provide a complete product line and service for the Malaysian market to meet the needs of local customers.


The entire Malaysian e-cigarette market is too homogeneous and lacks new ideas and highlights. MOTI currently has differentiated products that can bring a new experience to Malaysian e-cigarette consumers. As the theme of this event is: level up your sense.


As the largest, most competitive market for e-cigarettes in Southeast Asia, the Malaysian market is also the brand highland of e-cigarette products. As we all know, the vaping industry is struggling this year due to the influence of COVID-19. Despite obstacles, the MOTI team has achieved outstanding results.

MOTI Launched the Flagship Product MOTI K Pro and More in Malaysia

On the event, MOTI team also introduced another two new products, the MOTI POP and the MOTI X Mini. MOTI POP is a popsicle-shaped disposable vape pen and MOTI X Mini is a powerful lite version of POD MOD system product; born to level up your sense and attract more customers who are willing to try different vaping products.


MOTI K Pro and MOTI POP is now available at Shopee Malaysia platform:

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Best 200+ Watt Vape Mods (updated for 2021)

As the technology improves and discerning vapers demand better devices, box vape mods are getting increasingly powerful.

Today, there are dozens of devices breaking the 200 Watt barrier. But this can cause a problem for power junkies.

How do you know which box vape mod is best for low resistance, high voltage, big cloud vaping?

At we want to help all our customers get the best kit to suit their needs.

Relying on our second-to-none industry knowledge and customer feedback, we try to make sure that we always have the best products in stock.

So here is our pick of the top 200+ Watt box mods on the market today. Alternatively, why not check out the ultimate guide to the best vape mods of 2019 so far.

GeekVape Aegis Legend 200W Mod

GeekVape Aegis Legend 200W Mod

When it comes to powerful vape mods then your first stop should be GeekVape. Some of the most popular vape mods we stock in our online vape store the Aegis Legend lives up its name. The mod has military grade construction, waterproof, shock resistance and its dust-proof. So whatever environment you find yourself in you know you have a mod that can handle it.
Don’t forget to pick up some 18650 batteries.

SnowWolf Mfeng UX – 200W Mod

Snowwolf Mfeng UX 200W Mod

SnowWolf with their unique styling have created a cult following in the vaping industry. The Mfeng UX is the latest in a long line of high wattage box mods from SnowWolf. With a whole range of settings you can fully customize the Mfeng UX to get the perfect vape, anywhere from 10-200W.

Built from super solid zinc alloy its a mods thats built to last and feels great in the hand.  The large firing key on the side of the mod makes it easy to vape and with a quick fire rate of 0.0005 seconds it ready to go almost instantly. Here at we love the look and feel of SnowWolf box mods, buy one and we’re sure you will be too.

What’s your favorite high wattage box mod? Let us know in the comments below.

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FDA permits another e-cigarette, pledges decisions soon on big brands

The Food and Drug Administration, kicking off what is expected to be a period of intensified activity on the contentious issue of e-cigarettes, on Thursday authorized several tobacco-flavored vaping products made by the company Logic, and signaled it would soon announce whether other big-name brands will be allowed to keep selling their wares in the United States.

The FDA said Logic can continue marketing certain e-cigarette devices and prefilled cartridges because the benefits — in helping adult smokers move away from traditional cigarettes — outweigh the risk of young people starting to use e-cigarettes. The agency noted that tobacco is not a popular vaping flavor among young people. The FDA has not yet decided on Logic’s request to sell menthol-flavored cartridges.

Logic, owned by Japan Tobacco International, accounts for just about 1 percent of e-cigarette sales in the United States, according to some estimates. But the FDA decision seems likely to presage rulings on companies with the biggest market shares, including Juul, blu, Vuse and NJoy. Mitch Zeller, director of the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products, is retiring in early April, and speculation is widespread that he wants to issue decisions on the big companies before he leaves.

The agency, in a statement, said continued marketing by these major players “has the potential to have a substantial public health impact — either positively or negatively — as they hold an overall large market share and are used by a lot of people.”

The FDA in October issued its first authorization for an e-cigarette — the Vuse Solo vaping device and its tobacco-flavored e-liquid pods, both produced by R.J. Reynolds. But, like the Logic products cited Thursday, Vuse Solo is not a big seller and is not popular among young people.

In announcing the decision on Logic, FDA Commissioner Robert M. Califf said in a statement that the agency’s career scientists balanced the risks and benefits of the e-cigarettes. He said he was confident the FDA staff was using “the best available evidence with the most robust methods to ensure that products that continue to be marketed are appropriate for the protection of the public health.”

In a statement, Logic said it was excited about the authorizations and that it has always supported “effective, proportionate and evidence-based regulation” of e-cigarettes.

Clifford E. Douglas, director of the University of Michigan Tobacco Research Network, said he hoped the FDA’s vaping efforts were approaching a point “where we transition from the polarized war over these complex issues to a regulated marketplace that carefully provides more support and alternatives for addicted adult smokers” while protecting young people.

But differences of opinion surfaced immediately after Thursday’s announcement. While Douglas found the FDA’s move encouraging, Erika Sward, assistant vice president of national advocacy for the American Lung Association, said she was frustrated the FDA has not made decisions on some big manufacturers and on whether menthol-flavored vapes, which her organization opposes, will be permitted.

She noted that the FDA missed a September 2021 court-imposed deadline for issuing decisions on whether all e-cigarettes could continue to be sold.

The FDA said it has taken action on about 99 percent of the nearly 6.7 million products submitted for its review, including issuing marketing denial orders for more than 1 million vaping products. But those products represent a small fraction of total sales.

Gregory Conley, president of the American Vaping Association, a nonprofit pro-vaping advocacy organization, called the FDA decision on Logic “thoroughly unimportant and unremarkable.” He said few people use the products. Conley has been highly critical of efforts by anti-tobacco advocates and the FDA to ban sweet and fruity flavored e-cigarettes, saying such flavors are key to helping adults switch from traditional cigarettes to vapes.

In summing up its review of the Logic products, the FDA said data showed that smokers who used the tobacco-flavored items “were more likely to significantly decrease their use of combusted cigarettes and that those who don’t smoke are unlikely to start using these products.” Data also showed that the products produced fewer or lower levels of toxins such as carbon monoxide than traditional cigarettes, the agency said. The FDA also imposed marketing restrictions on Logic to discourage youth use.

The agency said it denied applications by Logic for other vaping products but declined to identify them. Those product must be removed from the market immediately or face possible enforcement action, the agency said.

The authorizations do not constitute “approvals” in the way the agency approves drugs as safe and effective. Rather, they mean that the products have passed a risk-benefit analysis — helping adult smokers switch to vapes while not encouraging young people to begin vaping — and thus are in the interest of public health.

The reviews are part of a sweeping, years’ long effort by the FDA to expand its regulation of tobacco products beyond cigarettes. For many years, e-cigarette sales in the United States were relatively small. But the 2015 introduction of Juul Labs’ sleek vaping device and its easy-to-use pre-filled pods, which included sweet and fruity flavors, upended the industry, attracting flocks of teenage users and igniting a battle over vaping that continues, though transformed in many ways, to this day.

Amid the uproar over youth use, Juul pulled its sweet and fruity flavors from the market a few years ago and promised to work more closely with the FDA. Juul, like other cartridge-based vaping companies, is permitted to sell only tobacco- and menthol-flavored pods.

In the most recent National Youth Tobacco Survey, conducted by the FDA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Puff Bar, which makes disposable e-cigarettes, was by far the most popular vape among high school and middle school students defined as “current users,” followed by Vuse, Smok and Juul. Puff Bar, which sells vapes in a wide range of flavors, had eluded FDA regulation by using synthetic nicotine. But Congress recently gave the FDA authority to regulate laboratory-made nicotine.

Banning menthol e-cigarettes remains a priority for many public health groups. Though menthol is not as popular among young people as fruit flavors, it is far more popular than tobacco-flavored vaping products. But vaping proponents say menthol e-cigarettes can help people who smoke menthol cigarettes switch to less harmful products. So far, the FDA has been mum on menthol-flavored e-cigarettes.

Another Vaping Teenager Faces Violent Police Enforcement

For at least the third time in a year, a police interaction with a black teenager over outdoor vaping laws has resulted in a violent confrontation, followed by an arrest and criminal charges. The latest example of extreme overreaction to vaping happened last Thursday in Atlanta, after a white police officer observed a black youth vaping in a city-owned skate park.

The officer advised 17-year-old Terion Forston that he wasn’t allowed to vape in the park, according to an Atlanta Police Department statement. The officer said Forston continued to vape and refused to show identification when asked. He then “physically resisted the officer’s efforts to detain him,” according to police.

But the available video (seen in the news report below) shows the youth posing no apparent threat to the female officer, who shoots him with the taser before any physical confrontation could occur. The first shot appears to have no effect. The second, however, brought Forston to the ground, and his legs began to involuntarily spasm as he sits on the concrete. As Forston sits on the ground reacting to the taser, the officer pushes him down then onto his stomach while repeatedly screaming at him to “get down.”

“He never once charged at her,” Forston’s aunt told Atlanta TV station WGCL. “He never once approached her. She was scared because he’s a big black dude.”

Forston was eventually handcuffed and arrested for disorderly conduct. He spent part of last Thursday in jail. Atlanta Police say the incident is still being investigated. In an unusual move, police publicly released the name of the minor suspect, but did not name the officer.

Videos of the incident posted to Twitter Friday have already been viewed 80,000 times.

Atlanta banned smoking in city parks in 2012. The law was amended in 2020 to include vaping, at the urging of Smokefree Atlanta, an organization whose partners include the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, American Heart Association, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, Americans for Nonsmokers’ Rights, and American Lung Association—all of which promote bans and restrictions on vaping. Smokefree Atlanta’s address is the same as the American Cancer Society’s Atlanta office.

A similar incident occurred last summer on the boardwalk in Ocean City, Maryland, when police decided to enforce that city’s public vaping ban. A 17-year-old black youth was tasered, and another was wrestled to the ground and repeatedly kneed in the ribs and abdomen by a police officer. Four Pennsylvania teenagers were arrested and charged with various crimes, including disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and second degree assault.

Outdoor smoking and vaping bans are usually sold to the public as common-sense, pro-health laws. But there is no evidence that smoking or vaping in open-air situations could possibly pose a health risk to bystanders. The real reason groups like the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids advocate for such bans is their belief that “denormalizing” smoking and vaping—stigmatizing vapers, portraying them as unhealthy outsiders with an unsavory “addiction”—will make the practice less attractive to adolescents.

Well-founded concerns that such laws will lead to unnecessary interactions with police—and violent incidents like the ones in Atlanta and Ocean City—are routinely brushed aside by anti-tobacco zealots like Tobacco-Free Kids. But when those interactions inevitably do happen, it is the vapers expected to “comply” with foolish and unjust laws, and the police tasked with enforcing them, who must live with the consequences of criminalizing nicotine use.

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South Africa’s Proposed Vape Rules And Tax

The bill proposes a tax on both devices and e-liquids/capsules, which would allow for the products to be taxed relative to their nicotine content level.

“Unlike conventional tobacco products, these products are mostly unregulated in South Africa, hence the Department of Health has also started a process of amending the current tobacco control legislation to include these products in the regulatory framework,” said the publication. “Similarly, other governments around the world have started a process of regulating the consumption and use of ENDS through tax and non-tax measures.”

The proposal document was open for comment until the 25th of January, and it proposed  a tax on both devices and e-liquids/capsules, which would allow for the products to be taxed relative to their nicotine content level.

Meanwhile, other vape regulations have also been going through a review process. The new Control of Tobacco Products and Electronic Delivery Systems Bill, first announced in May 2020 by Deputy Health Minister Joe Phaahla, would prohibit smoking in public spaces, and also set in place stricter e-cigarettes regulations, that include restrictions on the use, marketing, and sales of certain tobacco products. Moreover, it would set in place a provision allowing the government to implement a “100% public cigarette ban.”

The Vapour Products Association of South Africa

The Vapour Products Association of South Africa’s (VPASA) has emphasized that contrary to what is generally assumed, the industry welcomes the introduction of sensible e-cig regulations. “VPASA’s second successful diginar in its Vaping Conversations series ended in consensus – that governments, including South Africa’s, should regulate vaping – and that these laws should be grounded in a risk-based approach which ensures users are both educated and informed. All decisions must be based on the latest available scientific data.”

A 2021 study commissioned by the group had analysed the economic impact that the vape industry has locally, including its contribution to GDP and employment. “The vapour products industry supports GDP and jobs throughout its supply chain. Its total gross value-added contribution to GDP is R2.49 billion, with R710 million in tax payments made in 2019.”

Business Tech summarized the report findings as follows:

“Direct economic impact:

  • More than 350,000 South Africans use vapour products;
  • Vapour product sales in 2019 amounted to R1.25 billion;
  • The industry generated 3,800 jobs;
  • R280 million was paid in taxes;
  • Gross value-added contribution from the vapour industry amounted to R930 million.

Indirect economic impact:

  • R290 million in local procurement;
  • 40% and 31% spent with financial and business services and manufacturing, respectively;
  • Supported 4,200 jobs;
  • Indirectly contributed R1.09 billion to SA’s GDP.”

South Africa: Age Verification Crackdown at Vape Shops

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Some common senses about flavor concentrate for vape juice customization

If you’re new to vaping or haven’t had the chance to try out different liquid flavor concentrates, here’s what you need to know about our e-juice flavor concentrates and how our products can improve your vaping experience. When it comes to creating something worth enjoying in vaping, there’s no limit to imagination for your creativity!


To customize your vaping juice, flavor concentrates play an important role which are created by various chemicals and the recipes aim to replicate different fruits, desserts and drink flavors. Over seven thousand flavors exist including cherry, coconut, berry blast, fresh apple, sweet tarts, cheesecake and mints, and even tobacco. Some of the best flavour products like Magical Flavour are using food-grade concentrate under ISO/GMP/HACCP standards to ensure customers’ safe and taste satisfaction.

Some common senses about flavor concentrate for vape juice customization

With almost 1000 different flavour concentrates available here – picking the right flavour option for your e juice isn’t always easy and can be especially challenging when doing DIY on a budget. Creating your very own juice flavor can be a rewarding experience. However it takes time, and here are some premixed flavor shot concentrates for a better option. For beginners, it’s best to begin with a straightforward formula or a one-shot focus. These new premixed blends are a tasty, fun and quick way to get a great and easy vaping experience. We are creating our recipes with a wide variety of flavors for different needs. Mixing concentrate well also helps save cost, which is more affordable than buying ready e juice, which you get the freedom to create new recipes, and flexibility to recreate authentic flavors easily.


Flavouring concentrates – Make sure you know the percentage flavouring recommended by the manufacturers. Buy from specific manufacturers who only produce e-juice, as some flavour concentrates are not suitable for vaping. Flavor is not to be taken lightly. The spectrum of flavors reaches far and extends wide.

Mega Vapez 3500 Puff/ 4000 Puff Hoo Bar disposable vape review

Besides Eclipse 4000 Puff disposable device, Mega Vapez has also launched the 3500 Puff edition and 4000 Puff Hoo Bar disposable vape. How are the two new disposables? Let’s go and check it out.

Mega Vapez 3500 Puff disposable vape specifications

5% tobacco-free nicotine

E-liquid capacity: 8.5ml

E-liquid ingredient: USP Kosher grade vegetable glycerin, USP Kosher grade propylene glycol, natural & artificial flavors.

(Rather, USP is the acronym for United States Pharmacopeia, the body responsible for setting the standards. So if you look at the label, you will see USP Kosher Food Grade. This indicates that this product meets the USP standard for food grade propylene glycol.)

Puff count: 3500

Battery: 450ml

Mega Vapez 3500 Puff disposable vape experience

It’s my first time seeing tobacco-free nicotine disposable. Or maybe I have already vaped it a lot while didn’t know this because other brands may just haven’t marked it on the packaging box.

Tobacco-free nicotine (TFN) is nicotine that is made in a lab instead of extracted from tobacco plants. It can also be called synthetic nicotine. Most of the nicotine used in e-liquids was made by growing tobacco and extracting the nicotine from the plants.

First things first, the taste of the vape stick is in the middle level. Not outstanding, nor bad. It tastes like what most disposables should taste like. Artificial taste companies with some natural flavor. Most of the time it’s enjoyable while vaping much of it will bring some sick feeling in the stomach.

8.5ml e-liquid capacity for 3500 puff long endurance. Supports up to 1 or 2 weeks of vaping need.

Rechargeable design. Type C fast charging port. 450ml battery needs recharge 3 or 4 times to finish all the e-liquid inside.

Relatively small vapor amount for mouth to lung vaping.

Portable size. Easy to be carried in your pocket.

Mega Vapez 4000 Puff Hoo Bar disposable vape specifications

Vape juice ingredients: Vegetable glycerin, propylene glycol, natural & artificial flavorings, nicotine.

Salt nicotine content: 5%

E-liquid capacity: 10ml

Battery: 900mAh

Mega Vapez 4000 Puff Hoo Bar disposable vape experience

Hoo Bar’s a mellow and rich taste disposable stick with bigger vapor. I believe most vapers will like this watermelon flavored disposable. The taste is great. Though there are still some artificial taste traces in it, there’s much less than the 3500 Puff one.

Its taste is better than the above 3500 puff one, while not as good as Mega Vapez pod mod or Eclipse 4000 Puff,

4000 Puff with 900mAh type C rechargeable design is almost invincible in the working hour’s aspect among most disposables on market. Take one Hoo Bar and for at least 3 weeks you needn’t a new one.

The cube shape of Hoo Bar also makes it different from the cylindrical disposables on the market. This shape is interesting and creative. It’s not easy to slip from the hand compared to a cylindrical body.

Contact VAPE HK for Mega Vapez 3500 Puff/ 4000 Puff Hoo Bar Disposable vape samples and wholesale information,

Or visit Mega Vapez official site to learn more.

Vaping TV Adverts Help Smokers Switch

TV COMMERCIALS for e-cigarettes encourage smokers to quit, new research has claimed.

Watching adverts for vaping products on the small screen gives tobacco smokers the urge to ditch their habit, a report has revealed, and so successful is the marketing, a ban could lead to a 3 percent drop in quitters.

At present, there are four times as many television commercials for nicotine replacement therapies than e-cigarettes but researchers at Bentley University, the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, Cornell University and the National Bureau of Economic Research concluded that an increase in vaping ads could lead to more smokers making the switch.

During the research, 25,000 individuals were asked over a two-year period about their current smoking status, whether they had tried to quit over the past year, what methods they used and how successful they had been.

Under current US law, e-cigarette commercials are not allowed to explicitly say the devices are less harmful than traditional cigarettes but a survey of adult smokers in Florida found 75% felt like quitting smoking after seeing a television ad for e-cigarettes.

“Our results indicate that a policy to ban TV advertising of e-cigarettes would have reduced the number of smokers who quit in the recent past by approximately 3%, resulting in roughly 105,000 fewer quitters in that period,” the report highlighted.

“On the other hand, if the Food and Drug Administration were not considering regulations and mandates that would likely eliminate many e-cigarette producers during our sample period (2013 to 2015), e-cigarette ads might have reached the number of nicotine replacement therapy TV ads during that period. That would have increased the number of smokers who quit by around 10%, resulting in an additional 350,000 quitters,”

The research also concluded that while TV adverts for e-cigarettes were successful in helping tobacco smokers ditch their habit, magazine commercials didn’t have the same affect.

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Episode on Regulator Watch Discusses New Proposed Canadian Vape Tax

While the proposals have not been finalized yet, some form of tax should be expected to launch for this year’s budget.

In a 724-page budget tabled in Parliament in 2021, Trudeau’s government proposed a single flat rate of $1 per 10 ml of e-liquid or fraction thereof. The new federal excise duty on vaping products is set to go into effect in 2022 on all e-liquids regardless of the level of nicotine they contain. However, it would only apply to e-liquids that are either manufactured in Canada or imported to be used locally.

The tax would be calculated and imposed based on the volume of the smallest immediate container holding the liquid, stated the document, and Cannabis-based vape products would be exempt since they are already subject to excise duties on cannabis.

“The last federal licensee in the supply chain who packaged the vaping product for final retail sale, including vape shops holding an excise license, as applicable, would be liable to pay the applicable excise duty,” reads the tax proposal, explaining which entity is responsible for paying the tax.

In an episode on Regulator Watch, Professor of Economics at Concordia University and Research Fellow at the C.D. Howe Institute Ian Irvine, discusses the imminent tax. He said that the proposals have not been finalized yet some form of tax should be expected to launch for this year’s budget. Irvine explained how following the tax will affect regular vapers differently, according to the e-liquid amounts and nicotine concentrations they consume.

Canada’s Proposed Flavour Ban Seems to be Losing Steam

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