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2 Play, Live, Be… Tobacco-Free Game Show

3 ab cd 1. What is the only commercial product on the market that will kill you if it is used as intended? AlcoholAspirin TobaccoCough Syrup

4 a b cd Tobacco 1. What is the only commercial product on the market that will kill you if it is used as intended?

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6 a b cd 2. How many people die in Canada each year due to tobacco use? 45 people47,000 people 450 people4,700 people

7 a b cd 47,000 people 2. How many people die in Canada each year due to tobacco use?

8 Healthy lung Lung with cancer

9 a b cd 3. How many chemicals are found in tobacco smoke? 4,000 chemicals400 chemicals 40 chemicals4 chemicals

10 a b cd 4,000 chemicals 3. How many chemicals are found in tobacco smoke?

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12 ab cd 4. Most people who smoke started smoking at what age? 25 – 30 years of age Under 18 years of age 35 – 40 years of age Over 40 years of age

13 ab cd Under 18 years of age 4. Most people who smoke started smoking at what age?

14 9 out of 10 people that smoke became hooked as teens.

15 ab cd 5. Second hand smoke in vehicles… can be up to 27 times more concentrated than in a smoker’s home is harmful in any amount creates third hand smoke all of the above

16 ab cd 5. Second hand smoke in vehicles… all of the above can be up to 27 times more concentrated than in a smoker’s home is harmful in any amount creates third hand smoke

17 a b cd 6. In Ontario, smoking is prohibited (not allowed) … in schools and on school property in restaurants and bars all of the above inside all public places, and workplaces

18 a cd a b cd 6. In Ontario, smoking is prohibited (not allowed) … in schools and on school property in restaurants and bars all of the above inside all public places, and workplaces

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20 a b cd 7. The penalty for producing false ID when purchasing tobacco products is… to be suspended from school for one week to receive a fine of $180 to be denied entry to the store for one month all of the above

21 a b cd to receive a fine of $ The penalty for producing false ID when purchasing tobacco products is…

22 b cd 8. Why do tobacco companies work so hard to get youth hooked on tobacco products? If they hook you young, you’ll give them over $100,000 by age 50 They know youth are risk takers All of the above They need to replace their longtime customers who keep dying on them a

23 a b cd All of the above 8. Why do tobacco companies work so hard to get youth hooked on tobacco products? If they hook you young, you’ll give them over $100,000 by age 50 They know youth are risk takers They need to replace their longtime customers who keep dying on them

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25 ab cd 9. Which of the following substances is the most addictive? CocaineNicotine TobaccoAlcohol

26 ab cd Nicotine 9. Which of the following substances is the most addictive?

27 Nicotine does not cause cancer. It is an addictive chemical which hooks people on tobacco. It is the tobacco in chew, cigars and cigarettes that causes cancers.

28 ab cd TrueFalse 10. Each year, tobacco causes four times as many deaths as car collisions, homicides, suicides and HIV/AIDS combined.

29 a b cd True 10. Each year, tobacco causes four times as many deaths as car collisions, homicides, suicides and HIV/AIDS combined.

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31 a b cd 11. In Ontario it is illegal to sell or supply tobacco products to a person under what age? Under 16Under 25 Under 19Under 30

32 ab cd 11. In Ontario, it is illegal to sell or supply tobacco products to a person under what age? Under 19

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34 a b cd 12. What percentage of people who smoke would like to quit? 20%80% 40%60%

35 ab cd 80% 12. What percentage of people who smoke would like to quit?

36 a b cd 13. In 2004, what percent of popular movies rated G, PG and PG-13 featured smoking? 10%35% 75%50%

37 ab cd 75% 13. In 2004, what percent of popular movies rated G, PG and PG-13 featured smoking?

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39 ab cd 14. In 2005, the Ontario Student Drug Use Survey showed what percentage of students in Grades 7 – 12 smoked? 14%25% 60%80%

40 ab cd Only 14% 14. In 2005, the Ontario Student Drug Use Survey showed what percentage of students in Grades 7 – 12 smoked?

41 If you thought more kids smoked, it’s because the tobacco industry works hard to make you think everybody is smoking.

42 ab cd 15. Chew tobacco (also called spit, smokeless, snus, snuff) is NOT a safe alternative to cigarettes because… smokeless tobacco is addictive it contains at least 28 chemicals that cause cancer it can cause mouth & throat cancer which is disfiguring all of the above

43 a b cd 15. Chew tobacco (also called spit, smokeless, snus, snuff) is NOT a safe alternative to cigarettes because… all of the above smokeless tobacco is addictive it contains at least 28 chemicals that cause cancer it can cause mouth & throat cancer which is disfiguring

44 Smokeless does not mean harmless.

45 a b cd 16. What is the fine for supplying tobacco to anyone under 19 years of age? $200$25 $365$0

46 ab cd $ What is the fine for supplying tobacco to anyone under 19 years of age?

47 That means if you give a friend even one cigarette you can be fined $365

48 ab cd 17. Most people that use tobacco products keep using them because… they like the taste of tobacco they are addicted they think smoking and/or chewing tobacco looks attractive and cool they don’t know that it is harming their body

49 ab cd they are addicted 17. Most people that use tobacco products keep using them because…

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51 ab cd Over $3,000 per year$2,000 per year $1,000 per year$500 per year 18. The average teenager who smokes spends how much money every year to support a pack-a-day addiction (based on $9 per pack)?

52 a b cd $3,000 per year 18. The average teenager who smokes spends how much money every year to support a pack-a-day addiction (based on $9 per pack)?

53 a b cd 19. If your friend gives or buys you a cigarette or chew tobacco they can be charged with… cigarette fraud supplying tobacco to a minor aiding and abetting a minor causing you to have bad breath and smelly clothes

54 ab cd supplying tobacco to a minor 19. If your friend gives or buys you a cigarette or chew tobacco they can be charged with…

55 HEY… What kind of friend helps you get addicted to something that will likely kill you?

56 ab cd 20. What chemical is NOT found in tobacco smoke? Carbon Monoxide Helium FormaldehydeNicotine

57 ab cd Helium 20. What chemical is NOT found in tobacco smoke?

58 ab cd 21. Canadian teens smoke more than how many cigarettes a year? One billionOne million One hundredOne thousand

59 ab cd One billion 21. Canadian teens smoke more than how many cigarettes a year?

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61 ab cd 22. How many people die of tobacco related disease every day in Simcoe Muskoka?

62 ab cd How many people die of tobacco related disease every day in Simcoe Muskoka?

63 ab cd 23. Kids who breathe other people’s smoke … Cough and wheeze more Have more ear infections, colds & throat infections Go to the hospital more often All of the above

64 a cd 23. Kids who breathe other people’s smoke … Cough and wheeze more Have more ear infections, colds & throat infections Go to the hospital more often b

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66 ab cd 24. Nicotine causes cancer TrueFalse

67 a b cd 24. Nicotine causes cancer

68 ab cd 25. As a teen, the media is more likely to influence you to start smoking than your friends. TrueFalse

69 ab cd True 25. As a teen, the media is more likely to influence you to start smoking than your friends.

70 ab cd 26. Secondhand smoke is also known as ETS. What does ETS stand for? Extra Terrestrial Smoke Extreme Tobacco Signals Environmental Tobacco Smoke Examine Tar Supply

71 a b cd 26. Secondhand smoke is also known as ETS. What does ETS stand for? Environmental Tobacco Smoke

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73 ab cd 27. Each year Canadians throw out enough butts to reach from Toronto to Vancouver: 10 times2 times 30 times 50 times

74 a b cd 27. Each year Canadians throw out enough butts to reach from Toronto to Vancouver 30 times

75 Play, Live, Be… Tobacco-Free!


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