On October 1, 2004, amendments to The Non-Smokers Health Protection Act (NSHPA) took effect. These amendments prohibit smoking in enclosed places accessible to the public and indoor workplaces. [See the Act]
We appreciate the important role you will play in the implementation of this new law. The information package will help staff and customers understand how the new law works.
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The following information is included in this package (examples provided below):
Since January 1, 2004, The Non-Smokers Health Protection Act (NSHPA) has restricted the display, advertising and promotion of tobacco and tobacco-related products.
Effective August 15, 2005, retailers had to comply
with provisions of the Act that restrict the display, advertising and
promotion of tobacco and tobacco-related products.
If you wish to review the legislation, go to http://web2.gov.mb.ca/laws/statutes/ccsm/n092e.php. If you do not have Internet access, call (204) 788-6735 to have a copy sent to you.
The information below explains the restrictions and how to comply with them.
The information below contains information on the regulatory requirements for indoor and outdoor signs.