“My general comments are that the smoking prevalence rate is 35 per cent when Canada-wide it is 15 per cent, so the NWT is more than double the Canadian smoking prevalence rate and we are very concerned by that.” is the announcement made by the president of the Canadian Cancer Association Robert Cunningham. Mr. Cunningham therefore expresses implicit concerns questioning the following contributing factors:
- Smoking closest to the North Pole supplies proximity heating individually in range.
- Indigenous Canadians who populate the region preserve their tradition and use their inventiveness when higher proportions of them smoke.
- The wider a group becomes the better its members are connected to each other when referring to the general public!