Other tobacco use by sex

 Canadian Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey, 2015. See data table with 95% confidence intervals below.For each tobacco product shown in Figure 4.3, prevalence of use was significantly higher among males than females.33-37 For example, in 2015, while nearly 3% of males had smoked a cigarillo in the last 30 days, less than 1% of females had done so (Figure 4.3).

Over time, the use of cigars/cigarillos has changed in parallel for both males and females; sex differences have persisted over time (Figure 4.4).

  Prevalence of use in the past 30 days for cigars/cigarillos*, by sex, 1999-2015.* Prior to 2007, cigars and cigarillos were grouped together in a single questionnaire item; from 2007-2015 they were asked two separate items and combined in the analysis. Data sources: Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey, 1999-2012; Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey, 2013, 2015. See data table below with 95% confidence intervals.