Canadian independent advocacy group RightOnCanada was created to push for human rights to be considered as key components of Canadian legislation.

Once focussed on asbestos and lead-containing paint, the body has turned its focus to fight against tobacco harm reduction products – denying the human rights of smokers to choose reduced harm in the process. It recently issued a letter attacking the independent Foundation for a Smoke-Free World (FSFW).

RightOn Canada’s Kathleen Ruff has been prolific recently on the subject of vaping and tobacco harm reduction. She has amassed a number of international signatures to a letter demanding that the American Public Health Association (APHA) abides by the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.

The Convention requires that countries reject any engagement or collaboration with the tobacco industry or organizations funded by the tobacco industry,” it states.

“We call on the American Public Health Association to join with the World Federation of Public Health Associations and leading public health organizations in the United States and around the world and support the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and reject any engagement or collaboration with the tobacco industry or organizations funded by the tobacco industry.”

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Dave Cross – Planet of the Vapes – March 12, 2021.

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