Government of Canada announces more than $1.8 million to help address harms related to substance use in Guelph, Ontario


The Central Scrutinizer
Nov 21, 2008
Low Earth Orbit
Let the junkies die and put an end to the Homeless/Addiction Industrial Complex.

This is systemic and now an industry.

August 2023

To help support the response to the overdose crisis and address harms related to substance use and the toxic illegal drug supply, the Government of Canada has announced more than $1.8 million in funding for three innovative community-led projects in Guelph, Ontario.

With this funding, these projects will help improve health outcomes for people who are at risk of experiencing substance-related harms and overdose by scaling up prevention, harm reduction and treatment efforts.

Funding is provided through Health Canada’s Substance Use and Addictions Program (SUAP), which supports evidence-informed and innovative initiatives across a range of interventions—prevention, harm reduction and treatment—involving a broad range of legal and illegal substances


Hall of Fame Member
Sep 6, 2015
Olympus Mons
I think I'd have a substance abuse problem if I had to live in a city with a name that sounds like a dog taking a shit.