Jan 20, 2022 · With the sale and use of recreational cannabis set to become legal in Canada by July 1, 2018, there are questions about how this could potentially impact the workplace. This is also an opportunity for employers to review their current workplace policies and programs and identify areas of improvement.
Jan 15, 2022 · Torontonians celebrate at a 'bud drop' party on the eve of cannabis legalization on Oct. 17, 2018. Canada was the second country after Uruguay to legalize the drug for recreational use.
Jan 18, 2022 · Although a few more Canadians appear to be consuming cannabis, the average age for a Canadian to be introduced to cannabis has increased since legalization. The 2017 survey showed the average age a Canadian would first be introduced to cannabis was 18.7 years. This number has slowly climbed to 20.4 years of age in 2021. Habit forming
Jan 12, 2022 · When cannabis was legalized in 2018, pet healthcare was not included in the Cannabis Act. There was a rallying of support in 2019 for this to change, but in the interim pet owners and veterinarians are left in a legal grey area. “The problem in Canada is there is no legislative body regulating these products.
Jan 20, 2022 · In this episode, Jan Chappel, Senior Technical Specialist at the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) addresses workplace impairment; what it is, why workplaces need to be concerned about it, and what employers can do right now to prepare before the sale and use of recreational cannabis becomes legal in Canada in 2018.
Jan 21, 2022 · A new report from B.C. shows that cannabis was found in the systems of twice as many injured Canadian drivers since weed became legal as before. ... in 2018, more and more folks are getting high ...
Jan 28, 2022 · Joe Klare discusses the continuing drama surrounding medical marijuana in Florida, recreational legalization passing in Canada and the U.S. Surgeon General ...source Likes Followers