Compassion is key to solving the toxic drug crisis, says British Columbia’s retired chief coroner

  • 1 day ago
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  • Duration 8:15

Toxic drugs have killed nearly 14,000 people in British Columbia since 2016, making drug deaths a dominant issue during Lisa Lapointe’s tenure as chief coroner. She spoke to The National’s Ian Hanomansingh about the call for ‘safer supply’ and why compassion can go a long way to solving the drug crisis.

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