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Inspired by Strathcona County's Opioids Don't Discriminate, this campaign included a walkable, physical exhibit that invited visitors to step into the shoes of six real people to see the personal events that led to their drug addiction and how they…

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A short documentary that was later cut and used as pre-roll advertisements that played on social media and at hospitals, this Saskatchewan-based campaign aimed to raise awareness about the ongoing drug addictions crisis, highlighting that…

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Winning awards for innovation and excellence, the Opioids Don'tDiscriminate campaign is an interactive experience held in Strathcona County, where visitors were able to walk and follow the stories of three individuals affected by the opioid crisis,…

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An anti-stigma initiative by the Community Drug Strategy of North Bay & Area's Harm Reduction, this campaign includes five campaign posters that were physically and digitally distributed in an effort to humanize and reduce stigmatic perceptions…

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Campaign posters and ads pushed traffic to the website above which also includes an updated version of the campaign poster that differs slightly from the file above (the initial version of the poster launched in 2020). Slight differences…

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For the first iteration of this campaign in 2019, the City of Grande Prairie, SK released a video featuring a variety of people with lived and living experience (PWLLEs) and service providers, discussing the increased substance use in their town.…

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"Making the Difference: Small Town Anywhere" is a short documentary that features a number of professionals in rural Camsack, Saskatechewan, discussing their need for service providers and accessible resources to combat the worsening opioid crisis.…

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Based in Quebec, this 2019 anti-stigma campaign advocated for the general public to help fight the ongoing opioid crisis. Created for French-speaking audiences, two videos and three campaign posters were released. All campaign materials contain the…

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In 2018, Massive Media was approached by Peace Regional Victims Services to digitally promote a series of talks on opioid misuse in northern Alberta. Working with the Alberta provincial government, Alberta Health Services, the RCMP and other local…

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"This short documentary features four young adults who tell their personal stories of substance use from how they started to where they are now" (from YouTube). This video features two mothers of young adults that suffered from substance use disorder…
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