OPH To Open Interim Safe Injection Site


This is a release from Ottawa Public Health:

Dr. Isra Levy, Medical Officer of Health, and Andrew Hendriks, Director of Health Protection, Ottawa Public Health (OPH), will provide an update on plans to open interim supervised injection services at OPH’s Site Program at 179 Clarence St. The interim SIS will operate in partnership with the Sandy Hill Community Health Centre.


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One thought on “OPH To Open Interim Safe Injection Site

  1. Very strange. City will open a safe injection site. Drug dealers will supply the drugs. Who wins? Well some lives are saved. Drug dealers know where to sell their drugs. Bottom line the city is providing a safe site for drug dealers (which by the way is against the law…but who’s following the law anyhow)
    I would only favour a safe injection site if the city supplies the drugs. Keep the dealers away. Keep neighborhoods safe. Addicts get free drugs and don’t have to steal from citizens to buy drugs from dealers.


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