The Pregnets website hosts up-to-date information on smoking cessation practices for pregnant and postpartum women. This includes a toolkit for health care professionals, a printer-friendly Nicotine Dependency Test and an anonymous Online Discussion Board.
PSC ia a unique organization of Canadian physicians who share one goal: the reduction of tobacco-caused illness through reduced smoking and reduced exposure to second-hand smoke.
Information on the Smoke-Free Ontario Strategy, including help for Ontarians trying to quit smoking.
Leave The Pack Behind (LTPB) is a comprehensive, age-tailored, tobacco control initiative for young adults on post-secondary campuses. LTPB seamlessly integrates cessation, protection, prevention and industry denormalization activities to:
The Heart and Stroke Foundation, a volunteer-based health charity, leads in eliminating heart disease and stroke and reducing their impact through the advancement of research and its application, the promotion of healthy living and advocacy.
This website contains a variety of new tools to help Canadians quit smoking, including the latest facts and figured of tobacco use in Canada.
Persons who smoke can sign up with the e-Quit program for a 30-day series of free e-mail messages to help them through the cessation process.
CHN is a national, non-profit, bilingual web-based health information service, sponsored by Health Canada.
A national, non-profit organization specializing in tobacco and health issues.
Offers booklets and self-help resources for smokers, such as “For Smokers who want to Quit”, and “For Smokers who don’t want to Quit”, available in a variety of languages including English, French and Chinese.
Smokers' Helpline Online is an interactive, web-based service available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week offering tips, tools and support to help with quitting smoking or other tobacco use. Smokers' Helpline offers a free self-help smoking cessation program called One Step at a Time.