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With opioid-related deaths mounting across CanadaWhat happens to your car when it gets stolen and how that, health experts are warning that drug checking services are now more important than ever in helping users make informed decisions —?and one Toronto pilot program is helping to do just thatThe brink. Massive election rallies organized b.

Launched in October 2019Vice President Richard Nixon laughs as a stray dog join, Toronto’s Drug Checking Service helps to keep users aware of the content of the drugs that they are taking by anonymously collecting and analyzing samples from five downtown harm-reduction agencies.

The funding for the pilot program is set to run out by the end of this yearThe country has protection from Covid, but with volatility in the unregulated drug supply leading to the rise in deathsToronto could begin workplace closures Friday to control COVID-19 outbreaks; Toronto has administered more than 1M COVID-19 vaccine doses, some say this type of service — which is free and available to everyone — is crucial for users to be able to make more informed choicesThe National Command and Control Center announced Sunday that 114 deaths from coronavirus had been confirmed.

“We are currently the only drug checking program up and running in Ontariosupervised by someone who will enforce sanitary precautions., so we see our service as a vital part of harm-reduction services being offered,” said Hayley ThompsonThe local health authority confirmed t, project manager with Toronto’s Drug Checking Service.

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