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Canada is the first, and so far only, major world economy to legalize cannabis.
This is a significant event with important considerations for employers. Understandably, many employers are revisiting their workplace policies as they look to balance their legal duty to accommodate medical cannabis patients with the need to provide a safe workplace. It is not correct to assume that the use of medical cannabis will impair an employee’s ability to do the essential duties of their job.
The role of medical cannabis in the treatment of chronic pain The therapeutic effects of medical cannabis are significant, with evidence demonstrating its ability to help treat a number of health conditions, including anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, epilepsy, sleep disorders, and arthritis.
Further to this, cannabis may also displace other harmful drugs like benzodiazepines (anxiolytics), antidepressants, sleep aids, etc.
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