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Geoff Bardwell 11h
I wonder if the measurable outcomes that says now require will include measuring the effects of red tape, gentrification, colonialism, poverty, criminalization, and stigma on the lives of people who use drugs.
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Roxie Danielson 7h
Getting rid of and replacing them with rebranded sites with a focus on treatment and rehabilitation and capping only 21 in Ontario is punitive and paternalistic. There is no chance of new sites or services, we need better.
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Amanda Vyce 9h
can continue to operate, but new, previously approved sites unable to open. Can't increase treatment services for when you cut and funding .
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Don Crocock 12h
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SethiSolli 2h
With the 3rd Tie breaker Verdict in the 18 MLA disqualification case expected anytime soon is said to have asked them to stay together in a resort near Kutralam. Meanwhile has said recently even Tsunami cannot separate him and
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Rose 3h
OPS’s were not “saved” in Ontario. The reason are effective is the exact opposite of the proposed model- they are low barrier and not focused on the type of treatment many PWUD don’t want or aren’t able to engage with. Keeping people alive is a worthy goal.
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Amelia Schloesser Oct 21
I was checking mail at my apartment and I heard someone playing the trumpet outside of my building. I live in NYC I wasn’t shocked more excited cause it was pretty. I checked it out to find it was just one of my neighbors blasting there music extremely loud☹️
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Aaron White 13h
Replying to @AWhite_RN
Remaining questions: Will existing be allowed to operate until new approval is met? Will communities that had their funding cancelled be allowed to open an interm response until their service plan meets new requirements? hopefully more to come
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Algoworks 2h
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Faruq Alvi Oct 20
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OPS 10h
⚽️ Congratulations ! Semi-state champs! ⚽️ The boys soccer team will play for a Class A state title on Friday night at 6 pm against Covenant Christian. Good luck Cavaliers!
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Duncan Peng 11h
A few months ago I got really upset and wrote a letter to regarding Overdose Prevention Sites. Today she announced Ontario will be keeping them. I don't know if she read what I wrote but I'm happy we're moving to help those suffering from addiction.
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²Đ0YξΠЯ0²™•…­ Oct 20
Replying to @James_Dgeneral
Niggah you're damn wrong Futa dont have zoology dpt !..
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Monte J. Oct 21
Congrats HOF
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OPS Oct 19
We wish luck as he heads to Wisconsin as a new member of the organization!
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DrugConsumptionRooms 11h
The government has decided to keep the province’s sites () and repurpose them as “consumption & treatment services”. THE CONSERVATIVES JUST KILLERS OPS IN ONTARIO via 🍁
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mark jones Oct 15
Replying to @bethyboopyboo
No best not bring Sunday up ay or Monday for that when I came and found you, I did it again and ant needs to stop being a fanny and look at what you are like,and well as of your guard dog the other night 😂😂😂😂😉
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Kailash 9h
what a cheap and dirty politics with TN. if you have guts dismiss corruption TN govt and do election ASAP. TN ppl told BJP as (backdoor janatha party)
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BobbyLove Oct 21
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Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network 11h
& have made announcement being simplistically understood as govt supporting prevention sites and supervised consumption services. But in crisis, they are creating new hurdles & delay, capping # of sites.
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