The legalization of recreational cannabis in Canada is imminent. Employers are feeling the heat to prepare – even as they continue efforts to manage the impact of increasing medically-authorized marijuana use. Join McInnes Cooper Labour & Employment Lawyer Lucie LaBoissonnière as, based on recent legal developments, she smokes out the five key policy areas for employers to review and revise, or to create, to manage the workplace risks of marijuana.
Lucie LaBoissonnière is a bilingual Labour & Employment lawyer. She advises and represents employers in unionized and non-unionized environments in matters including the development and implementation of workplace policies, occupational health and safety, human rights and the duty to accommodate, workplace investigations and drafting and negotiation of employment contracts. Lucie is also a board member of CACE (Canadian Association of Counsel for Employers) and a member of the New Brunswick Financial and Consumer Services Tribunal.
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