CANADIAN REPORTS

Ipsos Public Affairs, Smoke Free Movies Final Omnibus Report, 2016

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Ontario Tobacco Research Unit (OTRU), Youth Exposure to Tobacco in Movies in Ontario, Canada: 2004-2014

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Ontario Tobacco Research Unit (OTRU), Exposure to Onscreen Tobacco in Movies among Ontario Youth, 2004-2013

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Ontario Coalition for Smoke-Free Movies, 2013 Movies, Ratings and On-Screen Tobacco in Ontario

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Ontario Coalition for Smoke-Free Movies, 2012 Movies, Ratings, and On-Screen Tobacco in Ontario

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Ipsos Public Affairs, Smoking in Movies, 2011

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Ontario Coalition for Smoke-Free Movies, Ontario-Released Movies, Ratings, and On-Screen Tobacco, 2011

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Ontario Coalition for Smoke-Free Movies, Ontario-Released Movies, Ratings, and On-Screen Tobacco, June 2010-May 2011

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Physicians for Smoke-Free Canada, Tobacco Vector Report: How American movies, Canadian film subsidies and provincial rating practices will kill 43,000 Canadian teens alive today-and what Canadian governments can do about it, 2010

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INTERNATIONAL REPORTS

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Smoking in the Movies Fact Sheet, 2016

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World Health Organization, Smoke-free movies: from evidence to action. Third edition. 2015

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U.S Department of Health and Human Services. Preventing Tobacco use Among Youth and Young Adults: A Report of the Surgeon General, 2012 (Smoking in Movies Content: Chapter 5, pages 585 - 622 on PDF document, pages 565-602 of report)

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World Health Organization, Smoke-free movies: from evidence to action. Second edition, 2011

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports (MMWR). Smoking in Top Grossing Movies - United States, 2010 (Weekly July 15, 2011/ 60 (27); 909-9013)

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports (MMWR). Smoking in Top-Grossing Movies --- United States, 1991—2009 (Weekly August 20, 2010/ 59(32); 1014-1017)

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World Health Organization, Smoke-free movies: from evidence to action. First edition, 2009

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INFOGRAPHICS

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