Nova Scotia town votes unanimously to ban smoking in cars carrying children

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Nova Scotia town votes unanimously to ban smoking in cars carrying children

CanWest News Service Nov 20, 2007
WOLFVILLE, N.S. - Starting next June, if you're in a car in Wolfville with a child and you light up, you're in trouble.
This small Nova Scotia town of 3,600 made history Monday night when it became the first in the country to ban smoking in vehicles if there's a child on board.
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