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The Hotel Association of Canada has been promoting a ventilation-based approach to second-hand smoke control under its "Courtesy of Choice" program for several years. In a June 13, 2000 interview with a British Columbia CBC affiliate, CTMC representative Dave Laundy indicated that the HAC had received $800,000/year from the CTMC for "several" years to promote "Courtesy of Choice".

When the ORHMA announced publication of the second series of test results at the Black Dog Pub in the journal Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, the article itself (which appeared in the November 2001 issue) indicated that funding for the tests and subsequent write-up had been provided by the HAC.



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