Aboriginal Teen Smoking

A study on smoking and Aboriginal girls (ages 13-19) was conducted in 2007-08 in partnership with six Aboriginal communities in British Columbia and researchers affiliated with the British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health and the University of British Columbia. The study’s findings shed light on how age, gender, culture, and context intersect to shape Aboriginal girls’ experiences of smoking.


Aboriginal Teen Girls and Smoking Research Results



Aboriginal Girls Smoking Perspective