Table 1

Roadmap of data sources and associated figures

Time period; data sourcesComparing tax-paid sales and self-reported consumptionFirst Nations Reserve/smuggled cigarette purchases, prevalenceCigarette consumption from First Nations Reserves as a per cent of total consumptionYouth smoking, First Nations/Native brands/smuggled
1999–2013; Health Canada, CCHS, CTUMS/CTADS Figures 1, A1
2004–2013; CTUMS/CTADS Figures 2, A2: any purchases in the past 6 months
2002–2013; ITC Figure 3: last purchase
2002–2013; ITC
2006–2013; CAMH
Figure A3: last purchase
2009–2013; CTUMS/CTADS Figure 4
2006–2007, 2008–2009, 2010–2011; YSSFigure A4: as usual source of cigarettes
2010–2011; YSSFigures A6, A7: past 12 months by smoking intensity
2010–2011; YSS Figures 5, A8: by type of contraband cigarettes
2008–2009, 2010–2011, 2012–2013; YSSFigure A9: last purchase was a bag of 200 cigarettes
2009–2013; OSDUHSFigure A5: youth daily smokers who reported never having smoked cigarettes made on Native Reserves
  • CAMH, Ontario Centre for Addiction and Mental Health monitor; CCHS, Canadian Community Health Survey; CTADS, Canadian Tobacco, Alcohol and Drug Survey; CTUMS, Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey; ITC, International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation (ITC) Project, Canada surveys; OSDUHS, Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey; YSS, Youth Smoking Survey.