Will people who are against or concerned about e-cigs benefit the cause further? "More parents have been coming forward with concerns that Health Canada is not doing enough to control the product. Health Canada has not issued any concerns or reports about e-cigarettes since 2009." It's logical parents would have concerns, just as they would with other habit forming substances which are legal and illegal. I'm curious, if this concern, will promote more interest in exploring the product on Canadian soil? I completely agree with age requirements needed for youngsters, just as it is for cigarettes and alcohol. But kids will be kids, and if they are in the mindset to try an e-cig, they will also try a cigarette or beer. Raising teens is a difficult task and parents will and should be concerned about any substances, but I am enlightened that parental concern may push research further than advocacy. The CBC article (<--link) is vague like so many out there. Writers are so quick to throw an 'idea' into the public eye, with little research, background information and follow-up. Keeping an eye on where this parental concern leads, will be interesting. "A warning published in June shows that the health and social services department is working to find out more about the product...." What do you think?