Caught in the crosshairs of this unprecedented disaster are people who use drugs and the frontline harm reduction and healthcare workers who support them
If both countries don’t take greater steps to improving access, our claims of superiority will be little more than blowing smoke.
This is what Australia is missing. Besides people being misinformed about safe injection sites, we lack a community-led approach to harm reduction
Our new staff bring a wealth of talent and experience from across the globe. We’re stronger together and committed more than ever to systemic reform to Canada’s drug laws.
My education on drug policy issues came directly from the community here in Vancouver; namely, from working on the corner of Main and Hastings for ten years, talking to people who used drugs and community members about the absurdity of our approach to people who use criminalized substances
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.
(Interactive Graph) The answer to the headline’s question seems to be a resounding “no.” How else could one explain the catastrophic loss of life unfolding in Canada’s…
The first steps for systemic change are usually the hardest. But thanks to an international community of experts, including and especially those with lived expertise on the…
Hundreds of supporters and community members converged in downtown Vancouver to send a message to policymakers. Prohibition is costing lives and safe supply is urgently needed.