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Presented by the Tides of Change South Surrey Overdose Prevention and Response Community Action Team, this campaign consists of an eight-minute video that shines a light on the disproportionate impact of the opioid overdose crisis and toxic drug…

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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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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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"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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This campaign consists of two short videos featuring the chair of the Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPhA) discussing the opioid crisis with one of the leaders of Moms Stop the Harm. The "How Does Stigma Affect Patient Care" video considers the…

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When it launched in 2019, the Label Me Person campaign was meant to be a city-wide "travelling community display"; over the course of a year, its home base relocated to different organizations in Windsor. The pop-up started at Windsor Regional…

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Born out of the "dual public health emergencies" of the overdose crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic, the FNHA released this "extensive, province-wide overdose prevention campaign" related to harm reduction, comparing the provincial response to both…

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A collaboration between First Nations Health Authority and Vancouver Coastal Health, this campaign is a four-part video series covering the following topics: Harm Reduction Indigenizing Harm Reduction Resisting (Reducing) Stigma Hopes for the…

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Notable for including the narrative of a person in active use, "End Stigma" is a "four part series of stories and videos about the stigma faced by those impacted by substance use". Interior Health also cut together a 30-second version of each…
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