CUPE members on the front lines of the opioid crisis

Across every sector and province, CUPE members are seeing the impacts of opioid addiction and fentanyl poisoning. For some members, the crisis is intensifying well-worn challenges. For others, it means taking on demands outside their original job descriptions. Either way, our members have stories to tell—and an important analysis of the pressures the crisis is placing on our public services.

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Q&A with Judy Darcy

As Minister of Mental Health and Addictions, Judy Darcy is leading the province’s response to the overdose crisis that is continuing to take three to four lives every single day in British Columbia. As a past CUPE National President, she understands the crisis is a national issue that affects our members personally and professionally.

Profiles in resilience: CUPE members on the front lines of the opioid crisis

Across every sector and province, CUPE members are seeing the impacts of opioid addiction and fentanyl poisoning. For some members, the crisis is intensifying well-worn challenges. For others, it means taking on demands outside their original job descriptions. Either way, our members have stories to tell—and an important analysis of the pressures the crisis is placing on our public services.

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