B.C. doctors, nurses sign open letter in support of Drug User Liberation Front

published on November 6, 2023 by Kier Junos in CityNews Vancouver

Some B.C. doctors and nurses have signed an open letter supporting the Drug User Liberation Front (DULF) in Vancouver, whose founders may be facing drug trafficking charges because of their illegal compassion club program.

“I can see folks being worried about speaking out about this issue, but again I would just reiterate that it is so important that nurses and other healthcare workers are raising our voices, and speaking out and condemning the lack of action when it comes to meaningfully addressing the drug poisoning crisis,” Trevor Goodyear told CityNews.6

“This drug poisoning crisis is not getting any better, it’s getting worse. And nurses know that there’s a need for action and evidence-based action.”

Vancouver Police Department (VPD) officers raided DULF’s offices in the Downtown Eastside in October and arrested DULF’s founders, who have since been released…

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