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.


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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