With legalized marijuana, what drug and alcohol testing is permissible?

Traditional barriers to drug testing may soon be a thing of the past

On April 13, the government of Canada introduced Bill C-45, the Cannabis Act, which, once passed, will remove from the country’s Criminal Code incidental marijuana consumption and possession.  Expected to become law by July 1, 2018, the act will also regulate marijuana production, distribution and retail sale. 

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