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Addiction News Daily is CCSA’s news service; a co​​mpilation of stories pulled from various sources and focusing on topics con​cerning alcohol, drugs and their related harms (including alcohol and drug​ preventi​on, treatment, recovery and addiction, and substance abuse policy and political ​di​alogue)​. Th​​e stories are chosen for their potential interest to Canadians and are of national significance. The opinions expressed in Addiction News Daily stories are not necessarily those of CC​SA. ​

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September 28, 2020| Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

CCSA’s COVID-19 resource section has what you need to know about the impacts of COVID-19 on substance use.

  • Substance Use
  • COVID-19
September 28, 2020| City News

Pharmacists push to include naloxone kit with every opioid prescription

  • Naloxone
  • COVID-19
September 27, 2020| Calgary Herald

Lethbridge pop-up drug injection site moves on second night, facing community backlash

  • Harm Reduction
September 24, 2020| Edmonton Journal

Addicted: Meth fuelling petty and violent crime in Edmonton

  • Illicit Drugs
September 24, 2020| International Society of Addiction Medicine-Canadian Society of Addiction Medicine

ISAM-CSAM 2020 Joint Scientific Virtual Conference: The World of Addiction: Now & the Future, November 12-14

September 24, 2020| Ottawa Matters

Ottawa opioid crisis still very real as OPS officers revive two with naloxone

  • Naloxone
September 24, 2020| My Campbell River Now

‘Fentanyl the primary driver’: BC Chief Coroner on drug death numbers

  • Fentanyl
  • COVID-19
September 24, 2020| Medical Xpress

Q&A: COVID-19 is worse for drug users, according to survey

  • COVID-19
  • Substance Use
September 24, 2020| CBC News

Northern B.C. has the highest overdose death rate in the province. For one grieving mom, enough is enough

  • Lived and Living Experience

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