Quebec on Monday becomes the latest province to ban the use of tanning beds for people under the age of 18.
The legislation, designed to protect young people from skin cancer, takes effect Monday.
Research by the International Agency for Research on Cancer shows that using indoor tanning equipment before age 35 significantly increases the risk of developing melanoma skin cancer.
British Columbia and Ontario are planning similar legislation, while Manitoba requires written parental consent before people under 18 can use a tanning bed.
Nova Scotia already bans people under 19 from using tanning beds.
France, Germany and Australia have also banned young people from using tanning beds.