Toronto University has to ban smoking in all three camps by January 1, 2012. This includes smoking tobacco or cannabis, as well as a vaccine.
It will meet the September 2017 promise, which was adopted shortly after the McMaster University announced that they would be banned from smoking in their property on January 1, 2018.
The current smoking policy begins in 1995, 11 years old, until it became illegal in Ontario bars and bars.
The university will allow each campus to indicate "smoking areas" decided on based on how far they are from the main buildings. However, these places of smoking will be short-lived, because the university aims to move to a non-smoke environment. Exceptions will be made for indigenous ceremonies and medical requirements.
"Our current smoking policy is a decade old, and changes made by the recent provincial government to detect cannabis smoking in public places can increase the risk of exposure to second-hand smoke," said Kelly Hannah-Moffat, Deputy Alternate Human Resources and Capital and Security.
"We believe that this change is in line with our goal of creating a healthy university campus environment."
In order to fully endorse the policy, it must still be familiar with the council of the Council. If this happens, U of T will join 65 other Canadian universities and colleges that have banned smoking.
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