The complete legalization of marijuana is full steam ahead, which will make Canada the second nation in the world, after Uruguay, to completely legalize the cultivation, sale and possession of the drug for medical and recreational purposes. With lots still unknown before the legislation is unveiled, Canadian employers have questions about how legalized cannabis will actually work. Vice-president of human resources Jason Fleming works in this unique field. \u201cAside from the pace of growth, the major factor is that it is one of the only industries I can think of where the legislation that will guide the industry is being developed as we speak,\u201d he says of his work at MedReleaf, the Ontario-based medical cannabis producer. \u201cThe framework for the entire industry is changing, day to day, week to week.\u201d HR expert Fleming came to the medical cannabis industry from the trucking industry to start the human resources department at MedReleaf. He\u2019s since grown to love the field for its fast, dynamic growth, spurred on by Canada\u2019s recent legislative changes. While medical use of cannabis has been legal since 2001, a bill legalizing recreational use of the substance was recently passed by the Senate. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on June 20, 2018, that by October Canadians will be able to legally buy and grow pot.