From the Executive Summary: "This report reviews current knowledge about the health effects of involuntary exposure to tobacco smoke. It discusses the inadequacy of ventilation options for providing protection from involuntary exposure to tobacco smoke. Finally, the current status of legislative protection from second-hand smoke in Ontario and other jurisdictions is reviewed."
From the Executive Summary: "We recommend that the Government of Ontario take action on tobacco prices, public education, marketing including packaging, labelling and information disclosure, retail controls, smoke-free spaces, supports for smoking cessation, finance and infrastructure, research, monitoring and evaluation, and cost recovery litigation. Action is needed in all of these areas
if the tobacco disaster is to be abated. Piece-meal measures, based on ease of implementation, low cost, or other considerations, will not work."