Amid an opioid crisis, Canadians back ‘compulsory treatment,’ poll shows. But does it work?


In 2016, over 3,000 people died . In 2017, just under 4,000. The latest statistics show 2018 is set to outpace them both. This is the death toll of Canada’s opioid crisis , a continuing trend of addiction and overdose that has touched as many as one in five people across the country, according to a new poll by the Angus Reid Institute research

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