The New Canadian Cigarette Warning Labels Pull Out All the Stops

By: Alex G. - Feb 22, 2011
References: hc-sc.gc & www2nada
What do a toilet filled with bloody urine and a cancerous, spotted tongue have in common? Both were photographed to appear among 16 new Canadian cigarette warning labels. These larger, more graphic warnings will cover 75 % of each cigarette package, up from the previous 50%, and bear a much more grotesque aesthetic.

The Canadian government unveiled details related to its new anti-smoking campaign last Friday, making Canada the only country to regulate the inside and outside of packs. Check out the new Canadian cigarette warning labels for yourself in the gallery -- just make sure you have a strong stomach.