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Legal cannabis is coming. Is your business ready?

After years of debate and discussion, the federal government has officially passed legislation to legalize cannabis, effective October 17, 2018.

There is no question that this will have an impact on the workplace. Your business could be affected in many ways, no matter what sector you work in or how many employees you have.

These free resources will help you understand and prepare for legalization, and equip you with one of the best tools you can have as a business owner.

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FREE webinar: Prepare your business for legalization

If you’re not ready for legal cannabis, it could cost your business precious time and money!

We have partnered with Fasken, a leading Canadian law firm, to help you prepare for the confusing regulatory burden you’re going to face. In this free webinar, you will:

  • Hear what legalization means for private businesses like yours
  • Learn how to talk to your employees about cannabis
  • Discuss the importance of a drug-and-alcohol policy

You will also receive a free drug-and-alcohol policy template from Fasken, saving you thousands of dollars on creating your own!

Legalization might seriously affect your business and only this webinar will help you get ready for the new regulations.

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Get the template now

A solid drug-and-alcohol policy is one of the best tools for employers to cope with issues of intoxication. Implementing a policy clears up any uncertainty about your business’ standards of performance, attendance and security.

Fasken has created this free policy template that you can adapt with help from your lawyer. Starting with this template can save you thousands of dollars in legal fees, so download it now and start preparing your business!

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