Opioid deaths in Canada expected to hit 4,000 by end of 2017

Memorial at Moss Park
A makeshift memorial for a friend who was a drug user and died sits at the Moss Park overdose prevention site in downtown Toronto on a cold night in the fall.

Fentanyl, a drug so toxic that there is often “no second chance,” is fuelling overdose deaths in a “national public health crisis,” Canada’s top doctor says.


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