The Liberals have another chance to do what is right: embrace evidence-based policies that will help end the deaths and human suffering crippling communities across Canada.
COVID-19 pandemic compounds an ongoing public health crisis. There is a heightened need to reduce avoidable pressures on healthcare systems and support people who use opioids.
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We must all help to ensure this pivotal moment in history led by the courage of the Black community bends towards justice.
Given the persistent opioid mortality crisis especially in North America, the time has come to move towards providing risk population-wide SOD as an essential public health intervention
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Business and border closures, physical distancing and other changes are affecting the illegal drug supply in several ways
The COVID-19 pandemic has further exposed stark health inequities and the many structural factors that increase people’s vulnerability to the virus.
Targeting people who use drugs has not only a negative impact on individuals, but their families and broader society