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Are random drug tests legal?

With the rise of the oil and gas industry, there's also been a rise in company's that administer drug and alcohol tests on behalf of companies. But a recent court decision in Alberta may limit the ability of companies to submit their workers to random testing. Betsy Trumpener spoke to Eric Adams, an associate professor in the faculty of law at the University of Alberta, about what's at stake.

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