We visited a hidden poppy field the Sinaloa Cartel uses to produce heroin.
128 people died from drug overdoses in November alone, and fentanyl is mostly to blame
VICE News has learned that there have been over 500 reports of losses or thefts of the high-power opiate in the last six years.
Looks like they're not getting shut down anytime soon.
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.
Here's why that matters.