Ban on Saskatchewan pharmacies sellin...

Ban on Saskatchewan pharmacies selling tobacco products pushed back to April 2011

There are 1 comment on the Leader Post story from Oct 26, 2010, titled Ban on Saskatchewan pharmacies selling tobacco products pushed back to April 2011. In it, Leader Post reports that:

Saskatchewan pharmacies will stop selling tobacco products as of April 1, 2011, said Health minister Don McMorris on Monday.

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just candid


#1 Oct 26, 2010
Many legal products may not be sold in certain type stores or certain locations. Selling cigarettes in a 'medical' type store seems to fit that critera. I expect to see fewer food stores as well as drug sores selling tobacco products in the future. O>:~)

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