Joyce Rankin, clinical manager at Street Health Toronto, holds a sign outside Queen’s Park. (Zahraa Hmood/Ryersonian) Over 100 supporters of overdose-prevention sites (OPS) took to Queen’s Park Thursday afternoon to…
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Let’s make cannabis the gateway drug that it was always said to be by decriminalizing possession of all drugs, and legalizing non-addictive, low-risk ones like psychedelics.
Harm reduction and opioid addiction were the focus of an award-winning documentary shown at Ryerson’s School of Image Arts last week.
The Stairs tells the life stories of Marty Thompson, Greg Bell and Roxanne Smith, who have all survived years of street involvement and drug use in Toronto’s Regent Park neighbourhood.
With social media at play, there has been an influx of health-inspired young adults ready to show off their toned abs and vegan lunch. It is many of these same individuals that are doing hard drugs recreationally. How did these two paths converge?
The memorial for former mayor Rob Ford is being held today at St. James Cathedral. Ford’s body laid in repose at city hall for two days to give the public…