This article is an update to a previous article on the Cannabis at Work Website titled “Denial of Cannabis Coverage Found to be Discriminatory”.
In Canada medical cannabis was legalized in 2001 when the federal Government introduced the Medical Marihuana Access Regulations. In 2002 there were only 455 Canadians authorized to possess medical cannabis. The impact on the workplace at that time was fairly minimal but the impact has increased as there are now around 270,000 registered patients.
If you are a child of the 80s, there is a good chance the movie Police Academy (and its sequels) played a role in your upbringing. It was funny, somewhat relatable and ubiquitous. Also, who didn’t want to make amazingly realistic sounds like Cadet Larvell Jones.) Well, sometimes life imitates art like it did last week in Toronto.
In May 2017 we were hanging out at the Emblem Cannabis party after day one of the Lift Expo. We started chatting with Kurtis Kilgour and learned about his transition into the cannabis sector.