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Woman making a frame around the sun with her hands at sunrise
Woman making a frame around the sun with her hands at sunrise

Helping Your Workplace Navigate the Legalization of Marijuana

September 2018 Employment and Labour Bulletin < 1 read

The impending legalization of recreational cannabis on October 17, 2018, presents uncharted territory for employers in Canada. Individuals will soon have the ability to buy, use, grow, and possess cannabis. As a result, employers have numerous questions about what these legislative changes mean for their workplaces.

In addition to being prepared in advance of October 17, 2018, employers should be cognizant of the changing legal landscape and keep apprised of any updates or changes in  federal and provincial legislation post-legalization.

McMillan has published a special report entitled “McMillan (Chronic)le” which aims to address these questions to help your workplace navigate the decriminalization of cannabis. Click here to download your copy.

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