Tobacco-Free SFU

An initiative started in 2013 by the Faculty of Health Sciences’ Drs Kelley Lee and Kate Tairyan that seeks to better protect and promote the health and well-being of the SFU community, and to improve its environmental sustainability, by supporting the adoption of a Tobacco-Free Campus policy. Tobacco-free SFU has led three annual cigarette butt clean-up campaigns on Burnaby Mountain campus, and a major initiative to recommend changes to the existing General Policy (GP) 16 Advertising, Selling, or Smoking of Tobacco on Campus. 

More information on the group's Facebook page.

Tobacco product waste collected by students and faculty at SFU Burnaby campus, November 2017

Advertising on SFU campus aimed at Chinese students, despite Canadian ban on tobacco advertising