C-5.2 - Act to prevent skin cancer caused by artificial tanning

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8. A tanning salon operator must post a sign prohibiting the provision of artificial tanning services to minors and another sign bearing the Minister’s warning about the adverse health effects of artificial tanning as soon as such signs are provided by the Minister. The signs must be posted in public view, on the outside of each door providing access to the salon and on or next to each cash register used for the payment of artificial tanning services.
Removing or defacing such signs is prohibited.
The Minister may make regulations determining the standards applicable to such signs.
A tanning salon operator who contravenes the first paragraph or a regulation made under the third paragraph and anyone who contravenes the second paragraph is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $250 to $2,500 in the case of a natural person and $750 to $7,500 in any other case.
2012, c. 16, s. 8.