Health Canada eyeing changes to safe-injection site law

The Liberal government is fielding calls from the NDP to scrap the bill.

Hilary Geller, an assistant deputy minister with Health Canada, right, told the House Health Committee that the department has heard concerns about the criteria for establishing a supervised injection site, and is considering potential legislative amendments to the rules. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia


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