Last year, Ryerson Security responded to 75 suspected opioid overdoses on campus — a large increase from 2018, when only 27 incidents were reported. Security personnel administered naloxone — a life-saving drug that reverses the effects of an overdose — in 33 instances during 2019. This represents a 412 per cent increase from 2018, when naloxone was administered only eight times.
Verlaine Prado knew that if she wanted to end up in Toronto in the long run, it would be in her best interest to attend a downtown school, as this would allow her to create the connections needed to pursue her desired career.
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