In Manitoba, beach-goers fed up with cigarette butt litter and drifting plumes of smoke have reason to celebrate. The province is the first in Canada to make beaches and playgrounds in provincial parks smoke-free.
Now, imagine traveling back in time, and showing that headline to somebody in the 1960s when smoking was commonplace in offices, . . . → Read More: Boreal Citizen: Lessons from Big Tobacco: When the right to make money trumps the right to clean air