This contents of this website were created and are managed by the Canadian Cancer Society as part of its mission to eradicate cancer and enhance the quality of life of people living with cancer.

This project was made possible through the support and funding provided by Alberta Health Services’ Tobacco Reduction Program community grants.

The Canadian Cancer Society works with all levels of government to advocate for healthy public policies.

We take action by:

  • taking a stand on important cancer issues
  • raising Canadians’ awareness and understanding about these issues
  • influencing government to pass public policies that will help prevent cancer and help people living with cancer

Smoke-free multi-unit housing is an important public health initiative and a key part of the Society's effort to prevent, detect, treat and beat cancer now and for generations to come.

To support the Canadian Cancer Society's advocacy efforts, donate today.

Special thanks go to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of BC & Yukon, BC Lung Association, the Clean Air Coalition of BC and to the Non-Smokers’ Rights Association/Smoking and Health Action Foundation. The smoke-free housing brand is shared within a network of organizations working in provinces throughout Canada and we appreciate an opportunity to participate.  

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