Fact Sheets, Posters, Leaflets

Alberta Health Services – info on spit tobacco/health effects/quitting Spit tobacco is a mixture of tobacco, nicotine, sweeteners, abrasives, salts and chemicals. Spit tobacco comes in two basic forms:

  • Chew is a leafy tobacco sold in pouches. Plug tobacco, which is sold in brick form, is also a form of chew.
  • Snuff is finely ground tobacco in powder form that is sold in small tins. Some people sniff it, but the more commonly used form is moist snuff, which is held between the cheek and gum.
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Community-based Participatory Research (CBPR) for Tobacco Control
Changing the Culture of Smoking (2007–2013) project (poster presentation)
National Indian and Inuit Community Health Representatives Organization and Consultancy for Alternative Education, November 2011

Distance education for tobacco reduction with Inuit frontline health workers (poster presentation)
Inuit Tuttarvingat of the NAHO, November 2011

For-Youth-By-Youth education for tobacco control in Nunavut
(poster presentation)
Nunavut Department of Health and Social Services, November 2011

Depression and Smoking Don’t Mix

Tobacco Info Bulletin, November 2010

Tuberculosis (TB) and Tobacco Smoking
Public Health Agency of Canada, 2010

Fact Sheet on Smoke Free Homes – Inuit-specific
Inuit Tuttarvingat of the NAHO adaptation, 2010
Inuktitut version
Adapted with permission from the Canadian Centre for Tobacco Control, 2010

Inuit Tobacco-Free Network promotion card | Inuktitut version
Inuit Tuttarvingat of the NAHO, 2009

National Non-Smoking Week Official Website – January 15-21, 2012

Quitting Smoking? Product and Benefit Programs That Can Help!
Government of Northwest Territories, 2009

Government of Northwest Territories: Tobacco Posters and Flyers
Health and Social Services, 2009

Canadian Council for Tobacco Control: Tobacco Control Reference Catalogue: Books, Leaflets
CCTC, 2001-2009

Inuit and Cancer: Fact Sheets
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, Febrary 2009

What is Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
Inuit Tuttarvingat, National Aboriginal Health Organization, 2008

Why Quit Smoking? Information for You, a Friend or a Family Member
Nunavut Dept. of Health and Social Services, 2006

Our Ancestors Never Smoked – Kit
Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada, 2006
Facilitator Guide
Flip Chart

Nicotine Replacement Therapy: Use in Pregnancy and Post-Partum
Pregnets, Centre for Addictions and Mental Health, 2005
Inuktitut version

First Nations, Inuit and Aboriginal Health: Media Campaigns, Facts about Tobacco
Health Canada, 2005
Inuktitut only texts:

Helping Smokers Quit: A Health Professional’s Guide
NWT Dept. of Health and Social Services, 2003

Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada, 1997
Breathing Easy: Community Resource Kit

Breathing Easy: Leaflets on Quitting Smoking
Leaflet Page – Inuktitut

Breathing Easy: Posters
Main page-Inuktitut

Breathing Easy: School Kit on Tobacco




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