E-cigarettes now banned in B.C. workplaces, parks and beaches

Starting Thursday, e-cigarettes will be treated the same as tobacco in B.C.

New regulations mean that vaping will no longer be allowed in workplaces or on parks or beaches. It will also not be allowed in a car when someone under 16 years old is present.

New rules also mean anyone who wants to smoke will have to be six metres away from a building opening.

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