Cabinet must suspend its “safe supply” drug policy as a killer, says a member of the Commons health committee. Conservative MP Todd Doherty (Cariboo-Prince George, B.C.), choking back tears, told the committee he’d lost a brother-in-law to an accidental fentanyl overdose and was unable to save another brother “who lives on the street.”

“We are powerless, powerless to stop this,” said Doherty. “Somebody has to answer this.” Dealers were “buying illicit drugs on the black market and selling them or giving them away on the streets” of his home province, added Doherty.

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