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Municipal Bylaws


Throughout a smoking bylaw campaign, health units and local smoke-free councils use many types of campaign materials to educate the public and persuade city politicians to pass smoke-free policies. This section provides materials that were actually used by health units in various municipal bylaw campaigns. Please select one of the following municipalities, counties, or regions to view a selection of campaign materials, which may include advertisements, surveys, and letters to council members or local newspapers (below links open up zipped folders):

 The Issues
    Designated Smoking Rooms
    Private Clubs & Canadian Legions
    Bingo Halls & Charity Revenues
    Casinos & Slots-at-Racetracks
    Age Restrictions
    Legal Issues
 Historical Context
 Ontario Bylaws Chart
 Campaign Strategy
 Campaign Materials
 Model Bylaw (pdf)

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