New data from BC Coroners Service shows 1,716 died of an overdose in 2020.
When Albert Einstein explained the 6th dimension and associated growth patterns, he said, “From chaos comes creation. . . “
Because so many have died from overdose (the chaos of extreme drug addiction) there is forward movement (the creation) in BC to decriminalize simple possession of illicit drugs, create safer supply projects, and a coalition of B.C. mayors have announced five “complex care” housing sites to be opened to treat people living with mental illness, addiction, or both, who are currently homeless.
A grant was recently given: Vancouver homeless get some help with health, hygiene thanks to $5M grant.
As we become more and more conscious, these creations will become the norm. . . the lifting up of our most disenfranchised. . . so our societies work for everyone.
By Mike Howell, North Shore News, February 12, 2012
The BC Coroners Service released data Thursday that showed 1,716 died of a drug overdose in the province last year.
The BC Coroners Service reported Thursday that 152 people died of a suspected drug overdose in December in the province, making 2020 the worst year on record for deaths caused by illicit drugs.
Total number of deaths reached 1,716 last year, surpassing the previous deadliest year on record — in 2018 — when 1,549 people died across the province. The death toll in 2020 represents an average of almost five people per day who died in B.C.
Invoking St. Germaine, the Violet Flame, and Universal Law
for elimination/forgiveness of the greed and control,
within/without, and for Love to go viral.