See data table below with 95% confidence intervals.Cigarillos (little cigars) were the most popular tobacco product other than cigarettes, with 1.4% of Canadians reporting use in the past 30 days (Figure 4.1). Cigar use was reported by 0.8% of respondents. Waterpipe (also called hookah or shisha) use and chewing tobacco/snuff were each reported by 0.7%. Pipe use was less common, reported by 0.3% of respondents (Figure 4.1).

Use of cigars/cigarillos appears to have increased through the 2000s until a peak around 2008, after which prevalence generally declined. Use of chewing tobacco/ snuff and pipe smoking have both remained fairly low and stable over time; waterpipe use was also fairly low and stable, although measured only recently (Figure 4.2).

See data table below with 95% confidence intervals.