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Health Canada approves three supervised consumption sites for Montreal - The Globe and Mail

Minister of Health Jane Philpott speaks to reporters at a Liberal cabinet retreat in Calgary in a Jan. 23, 2017, file photo. Jeff McIntosh/THE CANADIAN PRESS. Andrea Woo and Les Perreaux. VANCOUVER/MONTREAL. Published February 6, 2017 Updated April 13 ...and more »

Health minister approves 3 supervised drug consumption sites in Montreal - CBC.ca

Federal Health Minister Jane Philpott has approved three new supervised injection sites in Montreal. The move is being taken to help address the public health crisis of opioid overdoses and deaths across the country. According to a statement released ...and more »

Three safe-injection sites approved for Montreal - Montreal Gazette

Sites can save lives without increasing drug use, Health Canada says. Two will be in Ville Marie borough, one in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. René Bruemmer, Montreal Gazette More from René Bruemmer, Montreal Gazette. Published on: February 6, 2017 | Last ...and more »

Safe-injection sites necessary for Montreal, mayor says - CBC.ca

There will be fewer drug overdoses and infections such as HIV in Montreal thanks to three new supervised injection sites coming to the city, said Mayor Denis Coderre. "I think it's always been necessary to have safe injection sites," Coderre said to ...and more »

'Toronto is next' to get federal approval for supervised injection sites: Joe Cressy - CBC.ca

A Toronto city councillor says "Toronto is next" when it comes to receiving federal approval for supervised injection sites but the federal government would not confirm when that will happen. Coun. Joe Cressy (Ward 20, Trinity-Spadina), who has ...and more »

Health Canada approves three supervised injection sites in Montreal - Macleans.ca

Federal Health Minister Jane Philpott speaks during a federal, provincial and territorial health ministers' meeting in Toronto on Tuesday, October 18, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Christopher Katsarov. OTTAWA – Health Canada has authorized three supervised ...and more »

Ottawa green lights three safe injection sites in Montreal - Toronto Star

One site will be located in Montreal's Hochelaga-Maisonneuve district and two will be in Ville-Marie, Health Canada said Monday. Health Canada is still reviewing 10 additional applications for injection sites, said Health Minister Jane Philpott ...and more »

Statement from the Minister of Health - Health Canada Authorizes Three New Supervised Consumption Sites in Montreal - Canada NewsWire (press release)

OTTAWA, Feb. 6, 2017 /CNW/ - The Government of Canada is committed to doing its part to address the public health crisis related to opioid overdoses and deaths across the country. Our approach must be comprehensive, collaborative, compassionate and ...and more »

Health Canada authorizes safe injection sites in Montreal - CTV News

Health Canada has authorized three safe injection sites in Montreal. Federal Health Minister Jane Philpott announced the approval of the request on Monday afternoon. The provincial government approved the notion of introducing supervised drug injection ...and more »

Federal government approves three supervised injection sites in Montreal - CityNews

Health Canada has authorized three supervised injection sites in Montreal as the federal government looks to address the opioid crisis. One site will be located in Montreal's Hochelaga-Maisonneuve district and two will be in Ville-Marie, the department ...and more »