Canada leads the world, again.

Our Northern neighbor will start requiring not just cigarette cartoons but individual cigs to come with warnings like “Tobacco smoke harms children,” “Cigarettes cause leukemia” and “Poison in every puff.”



“The new Tobacco Products Appearance, Packaging and Labelling Regulations will be part of the Government of Canada’s continued efforts to help adults who smoke to quit, to protect youth and non-tobacco users from nicotine addiction, and to further reduce the appeal of tobacco,” said  Canadian health officials.



The labels on cancer sticks will appear in both English and French and will make it “virtually impossible” for smokers to avoid warnings, health officials said.