The Canadian Press

2007-11-19 | Nova Scotia Car Smoking Ban

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On November 19th, The Nova Scotia community of Wolfville became the first jurisdiction in Canada to pass a bylaw banning smoking in cars when children under 18 are present. Meg McCallum of the Canadian Cancer Society explained that children are especially vulnerable to the toxins found in second-hand smoke. (The law was expected to come into effect in June.)

Date: 2007-11-19
Placeline: HALIFAX, Nova Scotia.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 21 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << are there any assistants are left it all up so they can't cope with the the toxic assault of the second hand smoke and the respiratory systems are less developed as well and in fact a respiratory rates are higher so they're still breathing quicker and taking in more the toxins >>