Debate continued Monday night about a bill that would regulate e-cigarette use in Manitoba.

Bill 30 would prohibit the sale of e-cigarettes to minors, ban use of the devices in most indoor places, and limit advertising.

More than 100 people packed into the legislative building for a second public meeting about the bill.

Several amendments to the bill were proposed at a similar meeting on September 9th, including a ban on flavoured products.

Critics said flavoured e-cigarettes promote use amongst youth.

"We're recommending regulatory authority for the future to be able to restrict flavours. I mean there should not be candy cane, bubble gum, and candy floss flavours," said Rob Cunningham with the Canadian Cancer Society.

Others counter that e-cigarettes are not sold to minors, and do not want flavours restricted.

"Anything that would aim to restrict flavours or the use of devices inside vape shops, I would be against. Because it would restrict the ability of adults who are there by choice to make purchase," said Eden Sorrell with Theravape.

Another proposed amendment to the bill would ban the use of e-cigarettes in any public indoor space, including vape shops.

Another public meeting about the bill is expected in October.