Elizabeth Withey is a journalist and associate producer with CBC Calgary's The Calgary Eyeopener.
Latest from Elizabeth Withey
'You have no idea how devilish it makes you feel': Former opioid user talks recovery
At 17, Taylor Maxey was an Olympic swimming hopeful who trained nine times a week. By 21, he was an illicit drug user and homeless.
'They're quicker than we are': Inside the fight against the opioid crisis
They call it the opioid crisis: a rapid uptick in the use of both prescription and non-prescription opioid drugs across Canada and the United States.
40 minutes inside the fentanyl crisis
Hundreds of Albertans are dying of accidental fentanyl poisoning every year. Here's one user's story.
On top of the grief, there's the shame: families of victims frustrated with stigma of opioid use
In 2017, 569 people in Alberta died of accidental fentanyl poisoning. Daryl Sen was one of them.
How Weird Al's song Spam nearly killed my kid brother
The CBC's Elizabeth Withey tells the story of the time her younger brother was inspired to eat a canned meat sandwich and nearly died, thanks to Weird Al Yankovic.