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FIX: The Story of an Addicted City (2002)

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media reporter: Why not put all these people in treatment?
Ann Livingston: Can you describe what you mean by treatment?
media reporter: ...get them off the drugs, put them in detox centres and uh...
Ann Livingston: Do you have ANY idea what you are talking about?
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powerful argument for harm reduction strategies
2 November 2002 | by (British Columbia) – See all my reviews

It was a privilege to watch this film this evening. The format of having the Director, Nettie Wild, hold a forum at the end worked well. A street nurse and a less then credible candidate for mayor of Vancouver provided some stimulating debate. But the real story is the tale of a city and a departing mayor who accepted the need to treat addicts as people, to show them that their lives do have meaning,and that they have a right to live and flourish and not be excommunicated by those blessed with limited tolerance.A difficult film to watch but so rewarding.


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