New Harm Reduction Service Encourages Dealers To Send Drugs in Mail for Testing
Get Your Drugs Tested knows it's illegal to send drugs in the mail in Canada, but thinks safety is worth the risk.
After Hours Club Says It's Losing Money Because Patrons Are Too Cheap to Buy Water
After an Instagram post dragging him was picked up in the media, Shawn Riker, who owns Toronto bar Bunker, wants to remind people that water sales help him pay the bills.
Changing the Way We Think About Meth
As opioids have been under the spotlight for years, new programs dedicated to the drug are popping up in Toronto in response to rising rates of meth use.
Russia Is Punishing People for Helping Drug Users
Moscow's only harm reduction NGO has been given a potentially devastating fine for doing the work it's meant to do.
The Radical New Fentanyl Trend That Could Save Lives and Screw Dealers
One $5 or $10 fatal dose could become dozens or even hundreds of nonfatal highs.
Vancouver Cops Raided Weed Meant For Opioid Users
Meanwhile, the city's overdose rates are skyrocketing.
Experts Call Bullshit On Backstreet Boy AJ McLean’s Opioid Detox Kits
“You shouldn't want a Backstreet Boy treating your medical problem.”
The Story Of How I Finally Quit Doing Cocaine
It’s not just because I’m tired of being a bloodsucking ghoul. In 2018, blow isn’t what it used to be.
This Man Took 140 Drugs and Wrote a Harm Reduction Bible
We spoke to Dominic Milton Trott about 'The Honest Drugs Book'.
These Drug Users Don't Want Their Dealer Prosecuted if They OD
"I love my friends and I love the people I hang out with and I don't want anybody going to jail because of my behaviour."
We Embedded With Vigilante Drug Testers at the Gathering of the Juggalos
In opioid-ravaged Ohio, Bunk Police helped Insane Clown Posse fans test their drugs.
The Story of Two Epileptic Sisters, One Who Can Get Medical Cannabis, the Other Who Can't
We spoke to the makers of a new documentary, 'Separating the Strains', which tells the story of US-based Chelsea Leyland and UK-based Tamsin.