Overdose calls in Vancouver don’t seem to be levelling off.
The city says Vancouver Fire and Rescue responded to 92 last week, higher than the historical average.
There were four suspected overdose deaths reported in one day.
The city also says despite perception numbers spike during welfare cheque week, numbers show it’s becoming harder to predict.
— City of Vancouver (@CityofVancouver) March 16, 2017
Two weeks ago, the city recorded its highest number of overdose calls for 2017 at 174.
A week last December holds the record at 188.