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 

Opinions

Nova Scotia needs help not hype to address the opioid crisis.

  A press conference was held with Chief Medical Officer of Health Robert Strang today in Nova Scotia to announce the arrival of carfentanil on the streets. While it is nice to see an effort to educate the public on the new and highly dangerous opioid, the messaging could have been more effective if they… Continue reading Nova Scotia needs help not hype to address the opioid crisis.

Opinions

Nova Scotia still has lots of work to do in addressing the opioid epidemic

On March 10th the Nova Scotia provincial government announced an additional $1.1 million in funding to help address the opioid epidemic. Myself and other families who have been impacted by the epidemic were pleased to see these funds were being used to expand access to government funded naloxone as well as increased funding to three… Continue reading Nova Scotia still has lots of work to do in addressing the opioid epidemic