A Naloxone injection needle. Naloxone injections can stop opioid overdoses. Saskatchewan's government announced on Sept. 2 that it would expand access to Naloxone in the province, as people there die of overdoses in record numbers. Photograph by Chris Schwarz, courtesy of the Government of Alberta
Nearly 100 years after hard drugs were outlawed in Canada, a stubborn opioid crisis is taking Canadian lives every day.?
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'What better time to innovate your election system than during a pandemic? Because you're going to have to start thinking outside of the regular way,' says Stéphanie Plante, who has worked with Elections Canada.
Conservative Party members will be able to vote on the phone, online, mail-in ballots, or by drive-through, in ridings where in-person voting is not possible because of the pandemic, say Conservative sources.