Setting the Standard for the
Canadian Vape Industry

 

HOW ECTA SUPPORTS
CONSUMERS

Have you ever thought about what's really in the e-liquid you're vaping? ECTA sets and creates standards so you know you can vape safely

HOW ECTA SUPPORTS
RETAIL STORES

We stand behind you to ensure that the products you carry meet quality standards. This helps to build your brand and your credibility

HOW ECTA SUPPORTS
MANUFACTURERS

Not all e-liquid is created equal. When vendors see that you are a part of ECTA, they understand that your production is up to a higher standard.

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Senate Bill S-5 Completes First Reading

Senate Bill S-5 Completes First Reading

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Clive Bates on the four basic arguments against vaping

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Dr. Konstantinos Farsalinos comments on a study published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care titled Electronic-cigarette Use and Respiratory Symptoms in Adolescents. The study sparked numerous media reports of exaggerated risks and statements of conclusion that were not what the study actually reported. In his article he says:  “But there is a problem with these statements.…