A look at the opioid problem in Estonia suggests that in some parts of the U.S. and Canada, fentanyl is likely to replace heroin for good. The country's experience also offers a few workable solutions.
Amid an overdose crisis in Vancouver, photographer Jackie Dives has documented years of her brother’s drug use and recovery.
Experts discuss whether the dangerous opioid is really as widespread as recent media reports claim.
In a crisis filled with dark days, Canada's opioid crisis just experienced one of its darkest.
The Canadian government announced Monday that it plans to ease the restrictions on setting up supervised-injection sites imminently. Until then, things don't look good on the ground level.
Fentanyl related deaths have increased 222 percent in 2016.
As the crisis fuels a record number of emergency calls for Vancouver's official first responders, users are stepping in to save lives.
On June 22, VICE will air the immersive and personal feature film about Canada's fentanyl crisis told from the perspective of a social network of drug users.