Source: http://www.cbc.ca/ombudsman/pdf/2012-11-28-Steen.pdf Found this buried on cbc.ca's website from an incident end of November. Thought you guys would be interested. It's coming down to semantics but I too strongly disagree with the CBC news director in allowing the term illegal into the report. If Health Canada refuses to bring these devices to market, and makes the authorization process a ridiculous series of red tape, while at the same time allowing cigarettes, then how can they possibly declare them illegal? I applaud those vendors defying this silly prohibition and it's shameful that Health Canada is not all that interested in the health of Canadians.