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Calls grow for Nova Scotia to ban flavoured tobacco

ALIFAX – The prevalence of flavoured tobacco in Nova Scotia may soon go up in smoke as a movement to ban sales of the product in the province grows.

The packages of cigarettes, cigarillos and chew tobacco boast fruity flavours, like mocha and strawberry, and may look like gum or candy.

But the Nova Scotia chapter of the Canadian Cancer Society and Smoke Free Nova Scotia say the products entice young people to smoke.

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