It's referred to as "benzo dope", or even as "robbery dope" because it leaves its users vulnerable to theft or worse. It appears to be both more harmful and addictive than regular fentanyl and it has users and their advocates struggling to find ways to limit it or provide alternatives.
The overdose crisis is already worse than ever. Do we have the will in Canada to act now to save lives?
GUEST: Manisha Krishnan, ViceNews (Read Manisha's story on benzo dope here.)