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Health Officers Push for Drug Policy Changes

The federal government needs to rethink its hard-line strategy on illegal drugs, according to leading public health physicians from across the country. The chief medical health officers for British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia have collaborated on a new report criticizing Ottawa's new anti-crime legislation. Dr. Evan Wood is another of the report's authors and he explains the position.

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