Toronto Public Health (The Works), Queen West-Central Toronto Community Health Centre and South Riverdale Community Health Centre are planning to add small-scale supervised injection services to their existing clinical health and harm reduction services for people who inject drugs. These agencies have been providing services to people who inject drugs for over 20 years. Implementation of supervised injection services are part of the range of strategies to reduce harm.
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Ontario is now accepting applications for its Heather Crowe Smoke-Free Ontario Award. This award will recognize those who have made significant contributions toward a smoke-free Ontario.
Heather Crowe was a non-smoker who developed lung cancer after being exposed to second-hand smoke in her workplace. After her diagnosis, she traveled across Canada to advocate for improved second-hand smoke by-laws.