Vaping enthusiasts rally outside MPP's office – Northumberland Today

COBOURG — Protestors against the part of Bill 174 regulating vaping in Ontario were waving signs at motorists on Division Street in Cobourg outside MPP Lou Rinaldi’s office Friday after doing the same thing earlier in Brighton.

Vaping should not be regulated as part of the proposed Bill’s Smoke Free Ontario section, said spokesperson Rowan Warrhunter of the Stinie Canuck located in Trenton.

Currently at second reading, the provincial legislation would regulate the use of vaping and where it can be done. People use the technology to quit smoking and one of the protestors said he went from three packs of cigarettes using the pen-like-looking devices.

Both Warrhunter and the co-owner of The Ecig Flavourium in Port Hope, Maria Duic, said vape advocates would go to Queen’s Park on Nov. 25 to continue the protest.

“It’s a fairly new product,” said Northumberland/Quinte West MPP Rinaldi after meeting with the protestors.

Once Bill 174 is passed through a regulation “we would probably allow display and marketing of vaping products” (unlike cigarettes). It’s a start”¦but they feel it’s not enough.”

At this time no one under the age

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