CTV News, May 24, 2018: "E-cigarettes disappoint in a workplace quit-smoking study," by Marilynn Marchione
Halpern, S. D., Harhay, M. O., Saulsgiver, K., Brophy, C., Troxel, A. B., & Volpp, K. G. (2018). A pragmatic trial of e-cigarettes, incentives, and drugs for smoking cessation. New England Journal of Medicine, 378(24), 2302-2310.
MacLeod Law Firm, April 4, 2014: "Is Smoking a Disability?," by Nicole Simes
The Toronto Star, March 18, 2014: "Can a company refuse to hire a smoker?," by Sheryl Smolkin
CBC Radio, The Current with Anna Maria Tremonti, April 23, 2013: "Smokers need not apply" [podcast, 23:59 min.]
Articles from the Canadian HR Report [must be accessed via the UofT catalogue]:
The Conference Board of Canada, June 2013: "Smoking Cessation and the Workplace: Briefing 2 -- Smoking Cessation Programs in Canadian Workplaces," by Elyse Lamontagne, Carole Stonebridge [You must create a Conference Board of Canada e-Library account to access this resource. Click here to learn how.]
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, November 3, 2009: "Can I refuse to hire a smoker?," Naomi E. Calla and Susan E. Sorensen
Heenan Blaikie LLP, October 31, 2009: "Smoke-free workplace policies: how far can one go without breaking the law?"
NBER Working Paper, May 2007: "How Do Workplace Smoking Laws Work? Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Local Laws in Ontario, Canada," by Christopher Carpenter
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