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August 23, 2006
A small kit of supplies containing syringes, bandaids and antiseptic pads waits to be used by a drug...
Vancouver, Canada
Small kit of supplies waits to be used by drug addicts visiting safe injection site in Vancouver
A small kit of supplies containing syringes, bandaids and antiseptic pads waits to be used by a drug addict inside a safe injection site on Vancouver, British Columbia's eastside August 23, 2006. Known as Insite the facility opened three years ago and operates legally after the federal and provincial governments gave their blessing. Inside, addicts can shoot up their own heroin or cocaine under the supervision of a nurse. The Health Canada exemption runs out Sept. 12 and Prime Minister Stephen Harper has said he's "not committed" to renewing it. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA)
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