Injection site ruling benefits all Canadians
January 31, 2010 | The Calgary Herald

By Evan Wood The recent BC Court of Appeal decision that has allowed Insite, Vancouver’s supervised injecting facility for illicit drug users, to remain open is significant to all Canadians concerned about the harm drugs cause in our society. Despite what Herald columnist Susan Martinuk wrote ...

Tories hold science in contempt
January 30, 2010 | London Free Press

By Evan Wood The recent British Columbia Court of Appeal decision that has allowed Vancouver’s supervised injecting facility for illicit drug users, known as Insite, to remain open is a victory for the scientific research, the people who use this health-care facility and all Canadians who are ...

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