Smoke-free workplace at prison doesn’t come easily

Government had employees' health in mind but banning smoking from prisons was a delicate and lengthy process

A Crown corporation was obligated to protect its employees from second-hand smoke at work but its gradual phasing in of a no-smoking policy over years was sufficient, the Canadian Public Service Labour Relations Board has ruled.

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