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On June 7, 2018, the federal government Bill C-45 to enact the Cannabis Act to provide legal access to cannabis and to control and regulate its production, use, distribution and sale received significant amendments and third reading in the Senate.
The increasing number of older employees who choose to remain in the workplace, combined with the elimination of mandatory retirement across Canada, has put into question the issue of the termination of benefits after an employee reaches the age of 65.
In June 2018, we found out that the updated Smoke-Free Ontario Act, 2017, enacted in December as part of omnibus Cannabis Act (Bill 174) to ensure prohibitions now include electronic cigarettes and medical cannabis comes into force July 1, 2018.
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