In response to concerns about the health problems caused by fragrances, the city council of Ottawa is considering a ban on the use of perfume and other scented products in city-owned facilities:
Under the proposal made by a citizens' committee on the environment, a public education program aimed at getting people to voluntarily stop using the scents would be followed by a mandatory ban in all city buildings, on transit, and at sports and community centres.
The third, and most controversial, phase would be a citywide bylaw banning scents in all public places. This would include bars, restaurants, malls, and all work places.
Read more at canada.com and ottawasun (link no longer working, sorry).