A Call for Coordination & the Bigger Picture

Now-closed methadone clinic in Braeside (CTV.ca)

Now-closed methadone clinic in Braeside (CTV.ca)

Karin Klassen expressed her sympathy for the patients of the Braeside methadone clinic in this letter published in today’s Calgary Herald. She goes on to say that simply because the issues are pushed out of the community doesn’t mean they disappear, and that we should be working together as a whole city to solve our problems.

We don’t just live in our community — we live in the whole city. Every time we take the bus, go shopping, see a movie, take the kids to their hockey game, we step out of our protected zone and wade into the dark morass of the infected, the perverse, the poor, the addicted. Them.

Read more at CalgaryHerald.com.

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