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Non-Smokers' Rights Association

720 Spadina Ave., Ste. 221
Toronto, ON M5S 2T9

The NSRA is an award-winning national health advocacy organization internationally recognized for its role in fighting for public policy changes on tobacco. The NSRA has sparked precedent-setting law reform initiatives and earned a solid reputation for financial analysis of the tobacco industry, especially of tobacco taxation. NSRA campaigns have led to precedents for tobacco advertising, cigarette package warnings, non-smokers' rights and for regulation of the tobacco industry.


Toronto Office:
Lorraine Fry, Executive Director
Phone: (416) 928-2900
FAX: (416) 928-1860
Residence: (416) 964-6279
Cellular: (416) 451-4285

Ottawa Office:

130 Albert St., Ste. 1903, Ottawa, ON K1P 5G4

Melodie Tilson, Director of Policy
Phone: (613) 230-4211, ext. 3
FAX: (613) 230-9454

Montreal Office:

833, rue Roy est, Montréal, QC H2L 1E4

François Damphousse, Director
Phone: (514) 843-3250
FAX: (514) 843-3562

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