Use of other tobacco products by sex

In 2015, among youth aged 15-19, significantly more males than females had tried cigars, cigarillos, and chewing tobacco/snuff,92-94 but there was not a significant sex difference in waterpipe use95 (Figure 10.4). A similar pattern was observed among students in grades 6-9: while prevalence estimates were higher for males ever trying all other tobacco products, sex differences were statistically significant for cigars and smokeless tobacco,96,97 but not for cigarillos or waterpipe.98,99

 Canadian Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey, 2015; Canadian Student Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey, 2014-15. See data tables with 95% confidence intervals below.