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Marijuana and the Workplace: What Leaders and the Board Should Know

The Conference Board of Canada, July 19, 2018
Recorded Webinar
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The legalization of the recreational use of marijuana in Canada is fast approaching. This important change will create new challenges for employers and the board of directors as it may expose many workplaces to new safety, legal, and culture risks.

Webinar Highlights

Bonny Mak, an employment and labour lawyer with Fasken Martineau, a leading international business law and litigation firm, presents this 60-minute recorded webinar in which she discusses the evolving legal context associated with marijuana, as well as shares some key considerations for leaders and the board in updating policies and drug and alcohol programs to protect both organizations and workers under the coming changes. She also shares key legal considerations leaders should be aware of in relation to the use of marijuana and the permissible use of drug and alcohol testing in Canada.

About Bonny

Photo of Bonny MakBonny Mak practices employer-side labour, employment and human rights law. Her practice encompasses all aspects of the employment relationship, with special focuses on human rights, union organizing, and employment standards. Bonny is experienced in supporting both provincially and federally regulated employers in various industries and the broader public sector.

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