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‘These deaths were preventable’: First Nations people make up 15% of drug overdoses in B.C.
February 2, 2023
The chief coroner in British Columbia says 11,000 people have died from an overdose since...
Another tragic year for opioid-related deaths in the Yukon
December 20, 2022
17 of 25 people who died of opioid-related deaths this year were Indigenous
B.C. group ‘Moms Stop the Harm’ want more action from province to alleviate opioid crisis
February 17, 2022
A group of mothers in British Columbia is calling for the province to do more...
Yukon declares substance use health emergency in response to opioid deaths
January 20, 2022
The declaration will include enhanced supports to tackle the territory’s addictions crisis.
First Nations leaders in Saskatchewan grappling with opioid crisis
November 29, 2021
Problem is now on the doorstep of many communities in the province advocates say.
Opioid overdose deaths in the Yukon on the rise
September 1, 2021
14 people have died this year in the Yukon from the illicit use of opioids says territorial chief coroner
Kainai filmmaker documents opioid crisis that has ravaged her community
April 8, 2021
Award winning documentary maker Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers’ new film called Kímmapiiyipitssini – the Meaning of Empathy, tells the...