Vancouver's mayor will direct staff to drug users to access safe opioids to prevent overdose as part of a planned emergency work force.
Kennedy Stewart seems to be struggling for a battle he is losing despite the number of overloaded deaths of previous year's employees, primary responsibilities, and health professionals.
The areas equipped with hydromorphs are part of approved research projects related to B.C. The Center for Disease Control, has already proposed that opioid be available in machine vendors.
Dr. Patricia Daly, a leading medical and healthcare supervisor on the Vancouver coast, is one of the number of people killed in the city, more than anywhere else in the province, single room occupation hotels and shelters, and other alarm systems, applications or other ways of getting help. they need them
Stewart set up a task force last month at the same office.
This confirmation calls $ 2,700 million from the provinces and $ 770,000 from the federal government next Thursday to accept the city council.
B.C. The Coroners Service registered 369 deaths last year in Vancouver and 297 people died this September.
Stewart has argued that the crisis in Vancouver's abuses was debated with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.