Usual sources of cigarettes

When smokers were asked where they usually got their cigarettes, 85% purchased them for themselves from a retail source, most often from a small grocery or corner store (Figure 3.3); 8.2% usually got cigarettes through social sources, most being given them a family member, friend, or someone else. Few (2.8%) usully got cigarettes from First Nations reserves. The remaining 3.7% cited “other” sources.

See data table below with 95% confidence intervals.