A lesser-known legal case involving the Drug User Liberation Front could finally permit meaningful intervention in the toxic drug supply. On March 7 and 8, the Drug User Liberation Front (DULF) and co-plaintiffs Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users (VANDU) will hear a judicial review of Health Canada’s 2022
Edmonton's Boyle-McCauley neighbourhood suffered 155 community member deaths between just two service agencies in the last three months, coinciding with mass displacement of encampment dwellers. During this time, a demolition permit was granted, presumably to owner Katz Group Real Estate, for the former Boyle Street Community Services building.
The lack of accountability in the “Alberta Model” for dealing with drug use: teaser from a long-form piece in Alberta Views, online now. Since submitting this story for publication with Alberta Views, Drug Data Decoded has uncovered additional unsettling information about how the Alberta government may be hiding outcome data
Peer-reviewed study shows 49% reduction in people experiencing drug poisonings, with odds of a poisoning that requires naloxone reduced by almost two-thirds. What political dark magic is preventing the rapid rollout of non-profit, non-medicalized safe supply while Canada drowns in drug poisonings? The Drug User Liberation Front (DULF), criminalized and