Ottawa talks Fentanyl crisis

MP Michael McLeod in Whati Photo Credit Brandon Maher

The Canadian government is taking the first steps in the fight against fentanyl.

MP Michael McLeod is talking to Ottawa about solutions on the spread of the powerful opioid.

The antidote to Fentanyl known as Naloxone is currently available free of charge in all NWT pharmacies, hospitals and health centres.

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Brandon Maher
Brandon Maher is a feature reporter with CKLB who comes from the muggy-air filled streets of Cambridge, Ontario. A graduate of the Radio, Television and Film program at Niagara College, Brandon has also worked with Rogers TV in Kitchener and Shaw TV in Calgary. For questions, concerns and story ideas contact Brandon at 867-446-6417.

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