This law states that a relationship cannot turn sexually until both is of legal age (age of consent).
If a person is an adult and have sex with someone under the age of consent, that person of age could go to jail. Sexual contact can be considered Statutory Rape or Sexual Misconduct depending upon the state's laws. A person of any age can DATE someone older or younger that him/her without legal consequences. There is no law that states an age limit for you to date someone older.
In June 2006, the Canadian government proposed a bill to raise the age of consent from 14 to 16, while creating a close-in-age exemption for sex between 14-15 year olds and partners less than 5 years older, and keeping an existing close-in-age clause for sex between 12-13 year olds and partners less than 2 years older.
The intention of the bill is to target "sexual predators" and pimps.
It’s normal to be confused and not ready to tell anyone about what happened right away.
The Ontario government has delayed plans for a more aggressive stance against vaping and e-cigarettes that was set to be in effect January 1, 2016.
These laws view sexual activity as more than just vaginal sex.
According to the law, sexual activity can include kissing, touching, exposing body parts, showing someone porn, etc.
In Canada, the basic age of consent for sexual activity is 16 years old, but there are exceptions to this rule for people who are close in age and for people who are in a relationship of trust, dependency and/or authority.
This page explains the details of age of consent and the exceptions.
You must be 19 to purchase e-cigarettes and vaping supplies. As of this moment, this is the one and only restriction for vaping in Canada.