Matt Robinson: Our prejudices are contributing to B.C.'s opioid crisis
It’s hard to visualize how large a group 922 people really is.
Packed onto TransLink buses, the line of trolleys needed to carry them all would be 12 long. Laid out by the dozen, the 922 people would fill nearly 77 rows.
That number, 922, is how many people died of a drug overdose in B.C. last year.
Matt Robinson reports.
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Dr. Michael O'Shaughnessy