Supreme Court to hear case on random workplace alcohol tests
A union of New Brunswick mill workers arguing that mandatory, random alcohol testing breaches their right to privacy will have their appeal heard by the Supreme Court of Canada Friday.
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Since: May 12
#1 Dec 7, 2012
HAHA. Yet I wonder how many of them nodded vigorously in agreement about random, mandatory drug testing though.
It seems we've reached such a level of acceptance with alcohol that we try real hard to ignore the fact that alcohol is still a drug, and one that continues year after year to prove its lethality.
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