Staff at the Calgary Drop-In Centre have responded to more than 134 overdoses in the building this year, and the facility’s executive director is warning that if supervised consumption services in the city are lost or curtailed, the homeless shelter would see a “dramatic increase” in medical emergencies. Read More …read more

Source:: Calgary Herald

      

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