Sure - Canadian Substance Use Resource and Knowledge Exchange Centre

"Talking Back to The City is a response to the deadly action and inaction of local governments. It is a response to the persistence of oppressive and colonial power at the local level, drawing a straight line from the earliest genocide to the drug poisoning crisis of the present. This is not to say local governments bear all responsibility, only that there are things cities can do that would drastically change our lives for the better. “Cities saying they’re committed to reconciliation and human life need to start with ending the War on Drugs,” to quote late VANDU member Myles Harps. The recommendations made in this report are not groundbreaking; they are in most cases bare minimum responses that can be readily implemented to save lives immediately. This basic minimum far exceeds the middle-of-the-road approach so favored among our current generation of politicians and public health professionals."