Vancouver – The level of concern expressed by Canadians about the opioid crisis has increased over the past year, a new Research Co. poll has found.
In the online survey of a representative national sample, 45% of Canadians describe the current situation related to the use of prescription and non-prescription opioid drugs in their community as “a major problem”, up six points since a similar Research Co. poll conducted in September 2020.
More than half of British Columbians (58%) and Albertans (55%) refer to the current state of affairs as ”a major problem.”
More than three-in-four Canadians agree with launching more education and awareness campaigns about drug use (77%, -7) and creating more spaces for drug rehabilitation (76%, -2).
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Members of Chilliwack Giants U14 Coed Flag Football Team are Heading For Vegas Baby! – NFL Flag Tournament During 2023 Pro Bowl – Leaves February 1
Chilliwack – “They are a very special group of athletes and have represented and will continue to represent the Valley well.” Colin Boyd, Vice President