If you are a smoker, there is no better time to quit. When you smoke, so does your baby. Think of what this means before lighting a cigarette.
Even if you don't smoke, secondhand smoke can harm your baby.
This is what happens to the baby when the mother smokes or breathes secondhand smoke.
Creating a Smoke Free Environment for Your Children
A video on the social impact of second-hand smoke on young families. Created by the Best Start Resource Centre
For information about stopping smoking, you can contact the Smokers Helpline.
Smokers' Helpline is a free, confidential service operated by the Canadian Cancer Society
offering support and information about quitting smoking and tobacco use
Visit the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health
(Public Health) website!