Atlantic Perspectives - Mandatory COVID Vaccination Policies: How is it going in practice? (recording) 

Nov. 23, 2021
Online

(Ce webinaire est présenté en anglais uniquement)

Atlantic Perspectives

"Mandatory COVID Vaccination Policies: How is it going in practice?"

RECORDING

 

Originally Broadcast Date:

  

November 23, 2021

Time:

 

 

Topic:

 

Mandatory COVID Vaccination Policies: How is it going in practice?

With many jurisdictions in Canada, including public and private workplaces, requiring proof of vaccination, our expert panelists will delve into the legal issues surrounding the development, implementation and enforcement of mandatory vaccination policies.

Join colleagues from across Atlantic Canada to hear how employers and employees in our region are managing the challenges associated with vaccine mandates, and the impact workplace policies may have on increasing overall vaccination rates.

Speakers:

 

Hilary Newman (Associate, Stewart McKelvey, Charlottetown office ) 

Twila Reid (Partner, Stewart McKelvey, St. John's office) 

Mark Tector (Partner, Stewart McKelvey, Halifax office)                                               

Location:

 

Recording

Cost:

 

Free for all CBA members in Atlantic Canada

This webinar is presented in collaboration between the PEI, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia CBA Branches.

The webinar, “Mandatory COVID Vaccination Policies: How is it going in practice?” with Hilary Newman, Twila Reid and Mark Tector, originally broadcast on November 23, 2021, is available from the Canadian Bar Association - Nova Scotia Branch free of charge to CBA-NS members. Please contact the CBA-NS office by email for instructions. Members may view the video by selecting the "Register Now" button on the upper right and logging in with their CBA credentials. 

 

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