September 19, 2018

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Marijuana in workplace focus of chamber panel

Panelists for Tuesday’s Brandon Chamber of Commerce breakfast panel discussion were, from left, Elite Safety Services co-owner Marc Watt, Meighen Haddad LLP lawyer David Swayze and moderator Jill Watt, the director of people at Cando Rail.

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Panelists for Tuesday’s Brandon Chamber of Commerce breakfast panel discussion were, from left, Elite Safety Services co-owner Marc Watt, Meighen Haddad LLP lawyer David Swayze and moderator Jill Watt, the director of people at Cando Rail.

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