I live in Ottawa, Ontario Canada. A place which closely resembles Nazi germany when it comes to tobacco and smoking.
In Ontario there is no such thing as a "cigar lounge". Not allowed. No smoking in bars, restaurants, nightclubs or even your own car if you have children under 16 in it. Tobacco products sold in stores are "plain packaged", and kept out of sight. You have to know what you want, and ask for it. Cigars seem to have escaped that - except for the coming plain packaging.
You may not smoke on hospital property. So, yes, you see patients with their I-V stands on wheels, walking outside in -30C weather to get off the grounds and have a smoke.
In Ottawa, you're not allowed to smoke on any city property. Parks, sidewalks - you name it, although this isn't enforced that I can tell.
I thought we WON WW2.