Is it time to ban flavoured e-cigarettes? Plus, Rosemary Barton takes your calls
Health Canada is warning teens to stop vaping, as illnesses related to the habit have spiked.
Mysterious vaping-related illnesses are cropping up in the United States. Michigan has moved to be the first U.S. state to ban flavoured electronic cigarettes. It's wildly popular among underage teens.
So how should Canada address the concerns arising around flavoured e-cigarettes, the habit colloquially referred to as vaping?
Our question this week: Is it time to ban flavoured e-cigarettes?
Then in our final half hour, Rosemary Barton — co-host of CBC News' The National as well as the new CBC election podcast Party Lines — will take your calls in our new recurring Ask Me Anything segment on Cross Country Checkup.