Letters To Government · Video

Do Something Prime Minister Trudeau 

In mid November Moms Stop The Harm started the “Do Something Prime Minister” campaign to bring Prime Minister Trudeaus attention to the opioid crisis. Over the past few weeks MSTH members, allies, and supporters have sent 100’s of photos and letters to the Prime Minister without response or acknowledgement.  Below is our video contribution to their campaign … Continue reading Do Something Prime Minister Trudeau 

Letters To Government · Opinions

Big Pharma’s role in the opioid epidemic is the elephant in the room no politician wants to talk about.

G.P.D.O.T.S. has written numerous letters to government over the last six years on a wide variety of topics related to the opioid epidemic. We almost always receive some sort of response whether its a standard “thanks for your letter and we will be in touch” or a more meaningful and genuine reply to discuss the… Continue reading Big Pharma’s role in the opioid epidemic is the elephant in the room no politician wants to talk about.

Letters To Government · Uncategorized

An open letter to Alberta Minister of Health Sarah Hoffman regarding the opioid crisis

Dear Minister Hoffman, As you know the opioid epidemic is impacting communities in Alberta and across Canada. As of October 2016 in Edmonton there were more overdose deaths related to prescription opioids than fentanyl although the opioid epidemic is often still framed as simply the fentanyl epidemic. After reading the third and partial fourth quarter… Continue reading An open letter to Alberta Minister of Health Sarah Hoffman regarding the opioid crisis

Letters To Government

GPDOTS letter of concern regarding the Prescription Monitoring Program

On March 7th 2016 GPDOTS wrote the Nova Scotia Minister of Health & Wellness , College of Physicians & Surgeons , and the Prescription Monitoring Program regarding our concerns with the programs ability to identify over prescribing. Shortly after our letter Minister Leo Glavine announced he would be ordering a full review of the program.… Continue reading GPDOTS letter of concern regarding the Prescription Monitoring Program