Vaping about to get a little more difficult –

Alternatives and Options owner Thomas Kirsop shows one of the few products he’ll be able to sell after Bill S-5 receives Royal Assent in his right hand and one he won’t be able to sell in the other. – Stephen Dafoe Photo

by Stephen Dafoe

A new notification from the Consumer Product Safety Directorate (CPSD), part of Health Canada, has vape stores concerned their business could be severely restricted in what they can sell when Bill S-5, a bill related to e-cigarettes, vaporizers, and e-liquids, receives Royal Assent in the next few months.

“The minute it [Bill s-5] receives royal assent, they’re going to apply existing frameworks in Consumer Chemicals Container Regulations 2001 to vaping,” said Alternatives and Options owner Thomas Kirsop. “In particular, e-liquid bottles will have to have a childproof cap, and they will have to be labelled to a certain standard, which includes hazard warnings, French and English labels, and ingredient listings.”

But while products on Kirsop’s and other vape store owner’s store shelves already have childproof caps, it is a

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