The Canadian Vaping Association has filed a legal challenge against a Quebec law that limits the use of electronic cigarettes.
With thousands of Canadians now vaping regularly, doctors are warning about one of the little-known risks of e-cigarettes: sudden explosions that can cause devastating injuries.
The U.S. Department of Transportation says it has issued final regulations prohibiting the use of electronic cigarettes on any domestic or foreign airline flying to, from or within the United States.
Saskatchewan Health Minister Dustin Duncan says there are no imminent plans to change provincial smoking laws to cover electronic cigarettes despite a request from municipal leaders.
The father of a southern Alberta teen says his son is recovering from burns, broken teeth and other injuries after an electronic cigarette blew up in his face.
E-cigarettes, marketed as an aide for stopping smoking, may instead nudge teens towards tobacco, claimed the latest study Tuesday in a flood of research on the controversial gadget.
Ontario's Liberal government is delaying plans to ban vaping and the use of electronic cigarettes in public places.
A chemical found in the vast majority of flavoured e-cigarettes tested by researchers in a new study has been linked to severe respiratory disease.
Electronic cigarettes are often thought to be safer than cigarettes because they don’t produce smoke or contain the tar and chemical of tobacco. But a new study is once again raising questions about the safety of vaping e-cigarettes.
A new U.S. federal rule forbids airline passengers from packing electronic cigarettes or other battery-operated electronic smoking devices in their checked bags to protect against in-flight fires.
A California woman badly burned by an exploding electronic cigarette was awarded nearly $2 million by a jury in a product liability suit, her lawyer said.