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Oct 16, 2018

Are you ready? On October 17th, Ontario’s government will legalize the use of Cannabis. Join Boating Ontario members as David Laks outlines some of the hot button questions facing our industry. David leads HUB’s Cannabis Risk Service Technical Group and will dive in to some of the most asked questions from an employer/employee perspective as well as how to manage marijuana within your facility.

Here is a sneak peek at some of the topics to be covered;

Impact on your workforce:

• Employer duty to accommodate
• Suggestions on drug and alcohol policy modifications
• Testing of employees

Cannabis use by marina members/guests:

• Bill C-46 and how it applies to you
• Where can they smoke?
• Can a private club ban recreational cannabis on property?

Register now and find out the answers to these questions and MORE!!


For further information on the Boating Ontario Conference please visit: www.boatingontario.ca/events/boating-ontario-conference.

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