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Rally to Save Ontario's Supervised Consumption Sites

Updated: May 17

Thursday, March 28, starting at 9am


In partnership with the Canadian Drug Policy Coalition's Ontario Working Group, communities across Ontario will be holding rallies to save Ontario's Supervised Consumption Sites on Thursday, March 28.


The Barrie rally will begin at 9am, and travel through four different locations, with a featured speaker at each stop of the route, highlighting four important points about the toxic drug crisis in our city and our province. You are welcome to join us for all or part of the route – see details below the poster.




Rally Route and Schedule


Delays Equal Deaths

9:00 am – Office of Andrea Khanjin, MPP

237 Mapleview Dr E, Unit 1


This is a Public Health Emergency

10:00 am – Office of Doug Downey, MPP

20 Bell Farm Rd


Harm Reduction IS Healthcare

11:00 am – Barrie City Hall

70 Collier Street


Supervised Consumption Sites Save Lives

11:45 am – Proposed Barrie SCS Site

11 Innisfil Street (back of 80 Bradford Street)



The Barrie rally is being organized and endorsed by Engage Barrie, Supervised Consumption Saves Lives - Barrie, Ryan's Hope, Moms Stop the Harm, and the Canadian Drug Policy Coalition's Ontario Working Group.


This Day of Action to save Ontario's Supervised Consumption Sites also includes events in Sudbury, Timmins, Toronto and Windsor.


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