As a fentanyl crisis ravages B.C., funeral parlours are being advised to stock naloxone kits to reverse possible overdoses among mourners at services or staff who handle bodies of overdose victims.Sure thing, Charlotte. I can't wait to see the mega lawsuits that ensue the first time some embalmer's gofer injects naloxone into someone who is having a cardiac episode, or going into diabetic shock.
The B.C. Funeral Association sent a bulletin to members in early November explaining the importance of carrying the kits, said executive director Charlotte Poncelet.
“It should be something that you just do.”
Besides, Prime Minister Care Bear has this whole "drug crisis" under control... he's gonna flood the streets with government-subsidised loco-weed. Problem solved.
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A simple test at the age of three can determine whether children will grow up to be a burden on society, needing excessive welfare, spending time in prison or becoming obese, a 35-year study has shown.So will the federal government step up and initiate testing?
After 35 years, the researchers found one fifth of the group was responsible for 81 per cent of the group’s overall criminal convictions, three quarters of its drug prescriptions, two thirds of welfare benefit payments and more than half of nights in hospital.