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Federation of School Councils wants clearer e Ontario has proposed a law banning all flavoured tobacco (including menthol) and regulating the use of electronic cigarettes so that by 2016, the sale of e cigarettes will not be allowed to anyone under 19 years of age and they will not be permitted to be used anywhere cigarette smoking is currently prohibited. E cigarettes that do not use nicotine can be sold in this province and other parts of Canada and there's no current age restriction on who can buy them. Even if there were no other health risks associated with them, NLFSC president, Peter Whittle, says it sends the wrong message allowing young people to buy them. "It's getting back into this habit, the coolness, of holding a cigarette," he says. "It reminds me a bit of the time if you look historically in the '40s and '50s when they started marketing cigarettes as being really cool. You had the Marlboro Man. You had Camel. Everybody was smoking and it was a cool thing to do in the movies and stuff with product placement. It kind of feels like that's starting all over again." Along with prohibiting the sale of them to people under 19, Whittle wants to see regulations involving all other aspects of the product, too. "The provincial and federal governments, we believe, need to start taking the issue more seriously and putting regulations in place to regulate their manufacture, sale, promotion and display and all that sort of stuff," he says. Another point of concern for the NLFSC is that the liquid refills for e cigarettes that contain nicotine aren't actually approved for import or sale by Health Canada, but that doesn't stop shops from selling the stuff or people from simply ordering it online and having it shipped to their door. It's a law that's simply not enforced, he says, and even if police went to enforce it, it's not clear what act the charge would fall under. So it remains essentially unenforceable at this time. As well as speaking directly with The Telegram, Whittle and the NLFSC also sent out a news release on the topic. "We would also like to see the federal government pass laws related to the regulation of the maximum quantity of nicotine and the rules that require manufacturers to use child proof bottles for "nicotine juice," Whittle writes in the release. The Alliance for the Control of Tobacco (ACT) also issued a news release supporting the NLFSC in their campaign for bans and better regulations on the sale of the e cigarette and flavoured tobacco.