Garfield Mahood

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Garfield Mahood is a Canadian non-smokers' rights activist.[1] He was the long-time Executive Director of the Non-Smokers' Rights Association (NSRA) and its sister charity, the Smoking and Health Action Foundation (SHAF), since soon after their creation in 1974.

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In 1997, Mahood received the Canadian Cancer Society's R.M. Taylor Medal and Award, their highest award.[2] In 2007, Garfield Mahood received the Order of Canada for his life's work in tobacco control.[3]

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