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Free printable and digital resources

Our printable resources are based on scientific evidence yet written in a way that’s simple to understand.

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You are being deceived

Most vapers are aware that there is rampant misinformation about vaping. This 18″ x 24″ poster features 9 Shareables that give a base knowledge about vaping as a harm reduction strategy.

It’s all bull sh*t

This poster addresses the current fear-provoking message that tobacco harm reduction (vaping regulated nicotine eliquid) is what is making people sick. The ‘vaping related’ lung injuries are clearly caused from mostly black market cannabis products used in a vape device.

We are VERY concerned that authority and media group these dangerous products with nicotine eliquid. In the interest of public health, it is unethical to (1) not clarify what is making people sick and (2) actively oppress tobacco harm reduction!

The emojis are humour that create receptiveness followed by a command to invite learning. We have two styles for your preference.

Rack cards


VAEP info and youth infographics

These were a big hit at an expo so we have made them available here for anyone who wants them!

They feature our youth smoking and vaping infographics for both Canada and the US. The front drives people to our website for self directed learning, creating more support and customers for harm reduction.

Business cards


Card with VAEP QR code

This card is an effective and inexpensive way to educate your community about vaping. Print off these business cards and hand them out.

Encouraging education will promote more social support for current smokers to try harm reduction. Make it easy for people to visit our website and learn the truth about vaping!

Get your facts straight business card

We got a request to use one of our Shareables as a business card. So, here it is! This card gives some information to understand that vaping is tobacco harm reduction.


8 things you should know about vaping

Utilizing our Shareables, this infographic covers eight key points that illustrate how vaping is a significant harm reduction strategy for current smokers and more.

Youth smoking and vaping

These infographics illustrate the smoking and vaping trends of youth in 2017. The data is expressed in percentages. Graphs are utilized to show frequencies of use and to draw comparisons. We have two colour options (on desktop version) for printer preferences.

Canadian version

This infographic reflects the data collected from Government of Canada’s population surveys. We have used the Canadian Student Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey (CTADS) for 2014-15 and 2016-17 as well as the Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey (CTUM): Overview of historical data 1999 to 2012.

American version

This infographic reflects the data collected from U.S. government population surveys. We have used the National Youth Tobacco Surveys from 1999-2017.

Due to inconsistencies in data collection, in the section titled “Difference in Smoking Rates over 2 year Periods (%)”, an average was used for years 2001, 2003, 2005, and 2007.


Vaping (electronic cigarette use) The Truth

This paper is based on scientific evidence yet written in conversational English. In a short read, it provides the reader with the basic knowledge about vaping as a harm reduction strategy.

This paper has many colourful graphs throughout; side columns of quotes; and fifty-two references listed in the back. The two versions reflect American and Canadian statistics.

Le vapotage (L’utilisation de la cigarette électronique) La vérité

Ce document est basé sur des preuves scientifiques. Dans une courte lecture, vous pouvez apprendre les connaissances de base pour comprendre vaping comme une alternative viable pour le tabagisme. Il fournit au lecteur des informations pour prendre une décision éclairée sur le vapotage en tant que stratégie de réduction des risques.

Nous prévoyons desservir la communauté québécoise. VAEP incorporé en français et en anglais.

CBC correction

The pervasive, fear-provoking, biased misinformation that media continues to publish harms people because they cannot make informed decisions about harm reduction. The CBC produced a series called “Vape FAIL”. Their first article, “The Road to Vaping”, was so jammed packed with misinformation, half-truths and biased perspective that we felt compelled to write a correction. We have added the significant data they omitted, corrected their deceptions and exposed their integrity.

Outlawing Vaping in Public

This paper discusses the social issue of public vaping. It looks at the contexts of current public risks; effective transition to vaping and adolescent experimentation.

A quick read to start critical thinking about society’s role in promoting harm reduction. Smoking is a social issue with very high costs. We should be looking at all the options to reduce the suffering caused from inhaling smoke from burning, chemically laden tobacco.

Vaping vs smoking chart

Harm reduction means to reduce the negative consequences of the things people do. Examples would be seat belts, condoms and helmets.

To understand if a new thing will reduce harm; it must first be compared to the thing it is replacing. This chart makes a direct comparison of vaping to smoking in several areas: ingredients, what’s inhaled, bystanders, addiction, health effects and costs.

Slide shows


The Facts in Five Minutes

This is a five minute slide show explaining the basics of vaping, complete with narrative. It is designed to fit into the presentation time allowed by a committee or city council.

The information is based on ‘Vaping, the Truth’ and we HIGHLY recommend  you study this paper and the slideshow prior to your presentation to ensure your knowledge base!

It features an additional 16 slides that provide more information on vaping to expand the audience’s knowledge. Use these to add to the presentation if the time allotment is more than 5 minutes or to answer questions or if more information is requested.

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