June 2019 Luncheon and AGM

Cannabis in the Workplace

June 11, 2019
Presented by Stacey Love
Radisson Hotel Saskatoon, 405 20th Str E, Saskatoon


Note: Pay parking is available; presenter meal provided by PMI NSC


11:30 am – 12:00 pm  Registration, networking and buffet lunch
12:00 pm – 12:05 pm Welcome, announcements and introductions
12:05 pm – 1:00 pm Presentation
1:00 pm – 1:05 pm Comments and door prizes

For the presentation and a hot buffet, a nominal $27.50 fee is charged for PMI members and $37.50 for non-members.

stacey loveAbout Stacey

As an informed professional, Stacey Love has set out to dispel the myths around cannabis by providing honest information about cannabis, its history, and its incredible value in health care. Since 2014, Stacey has been researching cannabis and developing a line of products for pain management that she is now extending to other illnesses and for canine care. With their engineering firm LovePS, Stacey and her husband Jessie have also developed a niche as engineers who design home and commercial grow-ops. Stacey began LoveMJ.solutions after her doctor lamented the lack of reliable information available to health care professionals, especially about how patients should actually USE their cannabis. Her blog offers honest advice, recipes, and dosing options for followers that include patients, health care professionals, and politicians. LoveMJ offers seminars for schools, companies, and individuals who want a better understanding of both medical and recreational cannabis.

Presentation Overview

World views on cannabis are changing. Decades of racially-fueled prohibition are finally giving way, as people recognize why humans and other animals have used this miracle plant for wellness and enjoyment for millenia. In her presentation, Stacey Love, will provide an overview of the plant and its effects on users. Stacey will also talk about things that business owners should consider in setting policies for their employees and workplaces, given the complexity of cannabis compared to more mainstream drugs like caffeine and alcohol.

PMI Talent TriangleLearning Objective

Understanding of what makes cannabis different from supposedly similar substances like caffeine and alcohol and its implications in the workplace.

PMI Talent Triangle Skill

1.0 Strategic and Business Management
Please refer to www.pmi.org

Questions regarding the program should be addressed to:
Rama Periasamy, Director of Programs
Phone: 306-881-6298
Email Rama

Event Properties

Event Date 06-11-2019
Event End Date 06-11-2019
Registration Start Date 01-18-2019
Registered 7
Cut off date 06-08-2019
Individual Price $37.50
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