Scroll back to top of the page Back to top. Close Local your local region National. Peterborough Police Service chief Murray Rodd says officers have seen first-hand the devastating impact and tragedy that opioids and more recently, fentanyl, has had on the community. A study by the Ontario Drug Policy Network says Peterborough had the fourth-highest annual rate of opioid-related deaths between July and July and ranked third highest in opioid poisoning hospitalizations in in Ontario. Action of police and protesters in the spotlight after days of solidarity demonstrations. Share this item facebook Share this item via WhatsApp whatsapp Share this item on Twitter twitter Send this page to someone via email email Share this item on Pinterest pinterest Share this item on LinkedIn linkedin Share this item on Reddit reddit Copy article link Copy link. Search Submit search Suggested Search. Dolan says the site will provide trained staff, peers and volunteers who can intervene should an overdose occur.
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