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What Act is the Smoke Free Ontario Act Replacing?
When did the SFO Act come into place?
May 31, 2006
What are the 3 goals of the SFOA?
1. It prohibits smoking in all enclosed workplaces and public places.

2. It also ensures that only those 19 years of age or older can purchase cigarettes.

3. Finally, the act phases out the retail display of tobacco products (eventually including a complete ban of all tobacco product displays, starting May 2008).
Give 5 difference b/w TCA and SFOA.
1. SFOA is 100% smoke free public places including casinos, bingo
halls, bowling and billiard establishments, restaurants,
bars and private clubs where as TCA was not.

2. Designated smoking rooms were allowed under the TCA whereas SFOA is not.

3. SFOA requires controlled smoking areas (CSAs) at residential care
facilities that protect residents and healthcare workers whereas TCA did not.

4. SFOA does not allow smoking on patios. TCA did

5. SFOA provideds protection for home workers. TCA did not

6. Can't promote tobacco under SFOA.

7. SFOA bans tobacco displays with a total ban by 2008.
What is automatic prohibition?
If a store is convicted two or more times of selling/supplying tobacco to a person who is less than 19 years old, within the last five years, the store will not be allowed to sell or store tobacco for a minimum of 6 months. This is known as an "Automatic Prohibition".