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New book calls for decriminalizing drug use in response to opioid crisis

There were 4,588 overdose deaths in Canada in 2018.

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We should let private agents buy and sell marijuana at whatever price they decide.  

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Honduras, Canada’s largest aid recipient in Latin America, remains a hub for the majority of flights carrying narcotics from the region.

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As part of their struggle with budget realities and the growing cost of health care, Canada's provinces continue to work on bulk purchasing agreements for pharmaceuticals as a way to save money. Unfortunately, the recent release from the Council of the Federation (the council of Canada's premiers) suffers from the typical one-sided approach that characterizes much of the drug policy discussion. Yes, there are up front savings to be had. But there's no such thing as a free lunch.