Doug Ford says he's 'dead against' supervised injection sites - 2018-04-20

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F182.png Doug Ford says he's 'dead against' supervised injection sites April 20, 2018, Canadian Press, CBC News

Ford, whose late brother Rob Ford struggled with substance abuse and admitted to using crack cocaine, made the comments after announcing that a Tory government would create 30,000 long-term care beds over the next 10 years to ease the burden on hospitals and cut wait times.

He did not say how much the plan would cost, nor how it would be funded. His campaign said more information on costing would come in the coming weeks.

The governing Liberals have also promised to add 30,000 new long-term care beds in the next decade, while the New Democrats have said they would create 40,000 in that time.

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{{cite news | title = Doug Ford says he's 'dead against' supervised injection sites | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/doug-ford-says-he-s-dead-against-supervised-injection-sites-1.4628547 | work = Canadian Press | publisher = CBC News | date = April 20, 2018 | accessdate = April 30, 2019 }}