Examining Canadian Student Smoking Behaviours

The project is to examine the determinants of e-cigarette, tobacco and marijuana use among Canadian students. Specifically, we intend to determine what are the major risk factors associated with e-cigarette, tobacco and marijuana use, and to identify strategies that can be used to help address these issues. Statistical analysis will be conducted to measure the relationship between the risk factors and outcome (e-cigarette, tobacco and marijuana use). The Lung Association of Saskatchewan can use information from this study to develop easy to understand resources and messaging for the public, and results of this project can help them advocate to all three levels of government for policy and legislative change.

Faculty Supervisor:

Yelena Bird


Razi Mahmood


Lung Association of Saskatchewan


Epidemiology / Public health and policy


Medical devices




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