Everything's Broken - latest Polievre youtube short

harrylee

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Not warm enough for decent watermelon.....Zuchinni maybe.

 

Taxslave2

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How is that a problem?
I pay taxes in BC. Our extreme left government is doing this. I no longer consider the dippers as socialists, since they seem to have zero concern for the average working person. They are actively destroying forestry and mining jobs to meet their current dogma, which has nothing to do with their beginning as a working man's party to get decent wages and working conditions.
Quite honestly, I think this is a good idea, if there was a treatment program to go with the open use. And a real hard crackdown on importers and dealers.
 
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petros

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SK certainly needs all the mental health money can buy, and then some!

Dude, they wear hollowed-out watermelons on their heads.

And they call drag queens weird. . .
Look closer at the crowd sometime, there are watermelon helmeted drag queens.

Regina is the Queen City after all.
 

Taxslave2

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I paid a pile into BC coffers in 21 and 22. What do I get out of? SFA I'd still be there if Mid Island Health didn't send me away with lungs full of embolisms that almost killed me.
Most of the time on the island you are better off finding a vet. That happened a few times in Pt.Hardy. At least the vet was in his office.
 

Ron in Regina

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There has been so far. When it was 'decriminalized' for the safe injection sites we saw addiction rates climbing not reducing, and that has shot up. in fact since we did that overdose deaths have skyrocketed.


it really can't.
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LANGLEY, B.C. - British Columbia Premier David Eby says he is "astonished" that Health Canada has granted a cannabis company the right to possess, produce, sell and distribute cocaine.

Adastra Labs in Langley, B.C., said in a news release that Health Canada gave it approval on Feb. 17 for an amendment under its controlled substance dealer’s licence.

Eby told a news conference on Thursday about funding for overdose prevention and mental health that, "if Health Canada did in fact do this," the federal agency did so without engaging the B.C. government or notifying the province.

The premier said the province will be contacting Health Canada for answers.

"It is not part of our provincial plan," he said, referring to the ongoing effort to stem the overdose death rate, with an average of more than six people dying every day in B.C. in 2022.

Health Canada has not responded to requests for comment.

Decriminalization of up to 2.5 grams of drugs, including cocaine, began in B.C. on Jan. 31, after the federal government approved the decriminalization exemption as one of several steps to combat the crisis.

More than 11,000 people have died from illicit overdoses since British Columbia declared a public health emergency in 2016. Deaths soared as the opioid fentanyl became the dominant illicit drug.

Adastra said in the statement the amended licence allows the company to “interact” with up to 250 grams of cocaine and to import coca leaves in order to make and synthesize the substance.

Adastra CEO Michael Forbes said it will evaluate how the commercialization of the substance fits in with its business model in an effort to position itself to support the demand for a safe supply of cocaine.

“Harm reduction is a critically important and mainstream topic, and we are staying at the forefront of drug regulations across the board,” Forbes said. “We proactively pursued the amendment to our Dealer’s License to include cocaine back in December 2022."

The topic of Adastra's licence amendment to include cocaine was broached during question period at the B.C. legislature, where Opposition leader Kevin Falcon criticized the move.

"Cocaine isn't prescribed, it isn't safe, and this is wrong," Falcon said. "Commercializing cocaine as a business opportunity amounts to legalizing cocaine trafficking, full stop."

Kevin Hollett, a spokesman for the B.C. Centre on Substance Use, said in a written response that the agency knows "very little" about the exemption granted to Adastra.

Hollett said the B.C. safe supply policy released in July 2021 focused on opioids.

"To my knowledge, prescribed safer supply in BC is focused on opioids, so I’m not clear how this might fit in, if it does at all," he said.
 

Ron in Regina

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Hey kid, want a chocolate bar? Just go collect some used needles in the park and that nice safe-injection site place will give you one.

On Monday, the South Riverdale Community Health Clinic (SRCHC), quietly took down a poster from their front door offering chocolate in exchange for needles and issued an apology.

“Got Sharps? Want Chocolate?” read the poster. “For every full sharps container you return to COUNTERfit, we’ll give you a chocolate bar.”
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COUNTERfit is a harm reduction program for women run by the SRCHC. The centre also runs a safe-injection site and a so-called safe-supply program which hands out opioids along with a host of other programs.

Handing out chocolate bars and encouraging kids to pick up dirty needles appears to have been a short-lived program.

In a statement to the Toronto Sun, Jason Altenberg, CEO of SRCHC, said the poster never should have gone up. He said that the harm-reduction team has long encouraged clients to bring back used needles, but that this went too far.
 

petros

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Hey kid, want a chocolate bar? Just go collect some used needles in the park and that nice safe-injection site place will give you one.

On Monday, the South Riverdale Community Health Clinic (SRCHC), quietly took down a poster from their front door offering chocolate in exchange for needles and issued an apology.

“Got Sharps? Want Chocolate?” read the poster. “For every full sharps container you return to COUNTERfit, we’ll give you a chocolate bar.”
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COUNTERfit is a harm reduction program for women run by the SRCHC. The centre also runs a safe-injection site and a so-called safe-supply program which hands out opioids along with a host of other programs.

Handing out chocolate bars and encouraging kids to pick up dirty needles appears to have been a short-lived program.

In a statement to the Toronto Sun, Jason Altenberg, CEO of SRCHC, said the poster never should have gone up. He said that the harm-reduction team has long encouraged clients to bring back used needles, but that this went too far.
WTF?

Keep this in mind....people who are too fucked up to have children want yours.