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Tobacco and tobacco productsThe Ontario government has made an order for the supply of 20,000 tonnes of tobacco products.
The order comes after a two-year investigation by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
The government says the order will provide for the immediate supply of 5 million cigarettes and 2 million e-cigarettes.
The Ontario government says it has taken action to ensure that it meets the health needs of Ontario’s smokers.
The order was signed by Health Minister Deb Matthews, Public Health Minister Mary Polak and Ontario Minister of Health Eric Hoskins.
The minister of health says the government is committed to working with the tobacco industry to create a secure and effective supply of tobacco to Ontario residents.
The government has also announced it will introduce new tobacco taxes for all provinces.
The tobacco tax will go into effect starting July 1, 2018, and will be levied at an average of $0.17 per pack of 10 cigarettes.
The tax will be set to increase to $0 to $1 per pack for cigarettes containing nicotine in the year of the introduction of the tobacco tax.
The new tobacco tax is being introduced as a pilot project for a year, with additional taxes being introduced each year.
The new taxes are not expected to increase taxes by much, because the amount of tobacco that is consumed will decrease over time.
The tobacco tax increases will help the government reduce the amount tobacco is consumed in Ontario.
The Ontario Public Health Agency (OPHA) has estimated the cost of the new tobacco taxation to be $3.5 billion.
The province has been looking at whether to phase out the tobacco excise tax on cigarettes.
Ontario is expected to begin collecting tobacco tax from January 1, 2019.
Ontario’s Tobacco Control Strategy and Strategy 2020 (TSSC 2020) set out how the province will control the use and distribution of tobacco.
The strategy set out that tobacco would be the province’s second-most important public health priority after public health and emergency preparedness.
The strategy also outlined the steps the government will take to reduce tobacco consumption and its health risks.
The strategies stated the government would:Increase efforts to identify and address the tobacco use of young people;