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Average retail price for cigarettes in Canada 2015-2018

Average retail price for cigarettes in Canada from January 2015 to December 2018 (in Canadian dollars per 200 sticks)

Average retail price for cigarettes in Canada 2015-2018 This statistic shows the average retail price for cigarettes in Canada from January 2015 to December 2018. In December 2018, the average retail price for cigarettes in Canada was 117.48 Canadian dollars per 200 sticks.
Cigarettes in Canada - additional information

The average cost of 200 cigarettes has gradually been increasing since 2015, to reach a peak of 119.23 Canadian dollars in September of 2018. On an annual basis, the price of cigarettes in Canada has increased year-on-year since at least 2002 and, in 2017, the average Canadian household spent 362 dollars on the commodity.

Imperial Tobacco Canada Limited is the leading tobacco company in Canada, holding more than half of the market there since 2007. The company, which is no relation to Imperial Tobacco Group plc, is a wholly owned subsidiary of British American Tobacco, the third largest tobacco company worldwide based on net sales. The three leading cigarette brands in Canada, du Maurier, Player’s and Peter Jackson, all belong to Imperial Tobacco Canada. Other big players in the Canadian tobacco market are Rothmans, Benson & Hedges and JTI-Macdonald.

Perhaps due to the rising prices of cigarettes and the increasing emphasis on the health dangers of smoking, the percentage of Canadian adult smokers decreased from 25.2 percent in 1999 to 13 percent in 2015. This decrease is even more marked among smokers aged between 15 and 19 years – the share of youth smokers dropped from almost 28 percent in 1999 to just 9.7 percent in 2015.

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Average retail price for cigarettes in Canada from January 2015 to December 2018 (in Canadian dollars per 200 sticks)

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This statistic shows the average retail price for cigarettes in Canada from January 2015 to December 2018. In December 2018, the average retail price for cigarettes in Canada was 117.48 Canadian dollars per 200 sticks.
Cigarettes in Canada - additional information

The average cost of 200 cigarettes has gradually been increasing since 2015, to reach a peak of 119.23 Canadian dollars in September of 2018. On an annual basis, the price of cigarettes in Canada has increased year-on-year since at least 2002 and, in 2017, the average Canadian household spent 362 dollars on the commodity.

Imperial Tobacco Canada Limited is the leading tobacco company in Canada, holding more than half of the market there since 2007. The company, which is no relation to Imperial Tobacco Group plc, is a wholly owned subsidiary of British American Tobacco, the third largest tobacco company worldwide based on net sales. The three leading cigarette brands in Canada, du Maurier, Player’s and Peter Jackson, all belong to Imperial Tobacco Canada. Other big players in the Canadian tobacco market are Rothmans, Benson & Hedges and JTI-Macdonald.

Perhaps due to the rising prices of cigarettes and the increasing emphasis on the health dangers of smoking, the percentage of Canadian adult smokers decreased from 25.2 percent in 1999 to 13 percent in 2015. This decrease is even more marked among smokers aged between 15 and 19 years – the share of youth smokers dropped from almost 28 percent in 1999 to just 9.7 percent in 2015.

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