Quebec to crack down on public smoking

As of January 2006, cigarette-loving Quebec will join the ranks of other Canadian provinces and cities that have banned smoking in bars and restaurants.
The province introduced legislation Tuesday that prohibits people from lighting up in most enclosed public spaces, including bars, restaurants, casinos, bingo halls, conference centres, private clubs, bowling alleys and even festival tents.
Bill 112 will also restrict people from smoking in schoolyards and within nine metres of an entrance to a health-care facility.
CBC News: Quebec to crack down on public smoking

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