The status and trends of the illicit drug trade, which includes Fentanyl, Fentanyl analogues and other potent synthetic opioids and analgesics in Canada are ever evolving. The intention of this site is to provide first responders with accurate safety information related to situations where opioids may be involved.
Fentanyl may be hiding in the drugs you’re using.
You won’t see it, smell it or taste it, but it can kill you.
BE DRUG SMART. Don’t use alone. Start with a small amount. Learn about naloxone.
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