The Inventor of Electronic Cigarettes, the Cost of Cigarettes for the Canadian Healthcare System, the Cigarette Industry’s Annual Revenue, the Average Value Spent Annually by Canadian Smokers, and Electronic Cigarette Fluid Containing Nicotine Made Illegal in Canada

Electronic cigarettes were invented in 2003 by a Chinese pharmacist named Hon Lik, who was a heavy smoker and was built out of necessity as he wanted to quit. Smoking traditional cigarettes costs the Canadian healthcare system $5,000,000,000 ($5 billion) per year and the Canadian cigarette market is worth $10,000,000,000 ($10 billion) per year. Approximately 5,000,000 (5 million) Canadians smoke traditional cigarettes or electronic cigarettes, making each smoker spend approximately $2000.00 per ...

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