The provincial government is investing $60,000 in the New Brunswick Anti-Tobacco Coalition.
Their goal is to help tobacco users quit smoking and dipping. They're particularly concerned about the 20 to 24 age group.
In this province, the number of people smoking in that age group is the second highest in Canada.
The Anti-Tobacco Coalition offers workshops on topics like e-cigarettes, third-hand smoke, and hookahs and also helps local event planners in organize smoke-free outdoor events.