|Smoke-free Places Act|
|Smoke-free Places Act Info|
|Frequently Asked Questions|
|Designated Smoking Areas|
The Smoke-free Places Act is a key component of the Department of Health's strategy for healthy living and an important step in improving the health of Islanders. By reducing exposure to second-hand smoke, this legislation will promote healthy environments and wellness for the people of PEI.
Smoking and exposure to second hand smoke are killers and are preventable.
One of the most effective ways to limit exposure to second-hand smoke is with restrictions on smoking in public places and workplaces.
On September 15, 2009 amendments to the Smoke-Free Places Act came into effect.
For more information about the Smoke Free Places Act and Regulations call 1-800-958-6400.
For information about programs to help you stop smoking, or for free counseling, call toll free 1.877.513.5333.