Accommodation after legalization

Legalization of cannabis hasn’t changed employers’ duty to accommodate medical version of the drug

It’s now a few months into the era of legal cannabis in Canada. It’s still too early in the game to see what some of the effects might be – including for employers concerned with both employee impairment and use of medical marijuana. However, employees who do have prescriptions for the drug due to a disability should be accommodated, regardless of its legalization for recreational use.

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