Fentanyl killed at least 374 in B.C. last year. Toronto officials launching plan to stop it from happening in Toronto.
City of Toronto officials held a meeting on Monday, January 09, 2017 to discuss strategies to cope with an expected influx of Fentanyl in the city.
City and emergency services representatives met with harm-reduction advocates and others, as part of the "Toronto overdose surveillance & alert partnership", to discuss measures to prevent a Fentanyl fuelled tragedy similar to what has been witnessed in Vancouver.
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