Relapse: Facing Canada's Opioid Crisis
The cheap drug test will soon be available in Canada.
In most parts of the country, anyone can open a drug rehab clinic, even if they don't have medical credentials, and make hundreds of thousands of dollars off of it.
A new video shows a father telling his 8-year-old son that his mother died from an overdose. The response has been concerning.
Measures include improving access to Suboxone, more chronic pain clinics and a new 'provincial overdose coordinator' to track deaths better
An inmate describes long waitlists for treatment, black market suboxone, a lack of clean needles, and the risk of overdose on release.
An addictions epidemiologist dives into how we depict drug use and what it means.
Canada may soon have its own 'Good Samaritan' law that would shield people at the scene of a drug overdose from drug possession charges.
"In some ways it's no more complicated than keeping bandages around in case someone falls down because they're drunk," one party organizer said.
Naloxone kits are failing more and more often because drugs like fentanyl are more potent than they've ever been. Health officials say new approaches are necessary.
Canadian Health Minister Jane Philpott told us that's "shameful."
Just a half block from where the royals passed through this weekend, the self-supervised injection site is a DIY response to the fentanyl crisis.