An injection of reason: Critical analysis of Bill C-2

bill-c2-imageENA joint brief with the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network presenting our concerns about the federal government’s proposed Bill C-2 — which undermines the rights of people who use drugs to access lifesaving and health-protecting services. This brief discusses supervised consumption services in Canada and internationally, and their positive impact on individuals and communities.

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