- Landlords and Property Owners
Landlords and property owners should offer smoke-free housing. Find tools and resources to help with the implementation of no-smoking policies.
There are many tools and resources available to help tenants advocate for no-smoking policies and reduced second-hand smoke exposure.
- Smoke-Free Housing Directory
Visit the Smoke-Free Housing directory for a list of smoke-free housing available in Middlesex-London and Ontario.
Smoke-free housing is not only safer and healthier, it’s also legal and in demand:
- 85% of Ontario residents do not smoke.1
- 80% of those living in multi-unit housing would choose a smoke-free building if given a choice.2
- Nearly two thirds of those living in multi-unit housing in Middlesex-London support no- smoking everywhere inside multi-unit housing.3
- There is no law that regulates smoking in a private, self-contained unit such as an apartment or condominium however, landlords and property owners have the legal right to implement no-smoking.4
Despite increasing demand and support, there are very few options available for those wanting smoke-free housing; more landlords and property owners need to offer it!