B.C. senator says fentanyl crisis worse than HIV/AIDS in '90s
Air Date: Sep 14, 2016 9:00 PM PT
Sen. Larry Campbell, who served as a coroner during the height of the HIV/AIDS Crisis in Vancouver, says "It really feels worse than deja vu" when he reflects on the current fentanyl and overdose crisis.
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