Retailers butt out

Eggertson, Laura; Sibbald, Barbara
August 2005
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;8/30/2005, Vol. 173 Issue 5, p474
Academic Journal
Reports on the refusal by more tobacco retailers to sell to youth aged 15-19, according to the 2005 Retailers' Behavior Toward Certain Youth Access-to-Tobacco Restrictions survey in Canada. Percentage of retailers in 2004 who refused to sell cigarettes to underage youth aged 15-19; Province in Canada that showed the biggest improvement in results compared to 2003.


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