The Canadian government is changing the criminal code to address racism in the federal justice system. Kaycee Madu doesn’t like it.
Alberta government data shows that Lethbridge EMS responses in November 2020 were at their highest levels since the SCS closed last summer.
Recent Alberta government data shows that when Lethbridge SCS usage was high, deaths and EMS responses were low.
Here’s the thing though: shutting down drug houses doesn’t make communities safer.
In today’s issue of the Lethbridge Herald, the publisher and advertising manager, Brian Hancock, took the liberty to use his platform to share his personal opinion about recent developments regarding the drug crisis in Lethbridge. He disparaged the now-defunct supervised consumption site, which was operated by ARCHES, as well as the mobile overdose prevention site […]
In the second quarter of 2020, Lethbridge had the highest fentanyl death rate in the province and had doubled ER visits and EMS responses.
Addiction isn’t something you can switch on and off at will, and it will drive people to find a way to feed the cravings. That’s not something people get to control.
Last week, the federal government announced that it’d be spending over half a million dollars for a safe supply project in the Toronto area.
Corrections Service Canada announced that staff at the prison in Kingston, Ontario, seized several packages near the outside barrier. They contained a lot of stuff.
Government officials were in southwestern Alberta over the weekend to announce recovery centres, and detox and transition beds.