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https://www.change.org/p/sudbury-city-council-and-greater-sudbury-police-services-clear-the-memorial-park-encampment

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  1. MasterDebater says:

    That’s unfortunate.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Send in a D9

  3. Anonymous says:

    Fuck em last time I checked it was illegal to do crack and other drugs cops need to do jobs enough with the kid gloves approach to these crackheads

  4. Brock says:

    It seems there is a public outcry to have these vagrants removed from the park. Remember everyone, these people chose drugs over anything else. They do NOT want to work, they would rather pillage and beg for their next high. The city should fine anyone providing handouts to these people. Anyone that wants to access the soup kitchen should have proof of residence.
    Tough love is needed to clean up this mess.

  5. Anonymous says:

    In a later interview with Sudbury.com Tyler Campbell, the city’s manager of children and social services, confirmed that the closure of encampments would only come in an emergency situation.

    He did not specify what that emergency would be, except a “health and safety issue

    https://www.sudbury.com/local-news/city-and-academics-agree-forced-closure-of-homeless-encampment-not-a-solution-4752459

  6. Cityofgreatershithole says:

    Throw them in solitary confinement , I guarantee they will leave the drugs alone after that detox. Throw the ring of stop light beggers in also.

    • Anonymous says:

      The mother of my son got into cocaine waaaay back in 1999?(00?) we were living in Vancouver (bad place to pick up a habit) anyway long story short we split in ’02 I moved to Ontario and she moved to heavier drugs, Meth, Heroin eventually she overdosed (one of several from what i was told) I randomly encountered her sister in 2013 or 14 my ex had overdosed and was in a coma for i dunno, months? anyway apparently she wasn’t quite the same after.

      she was in a residential treatment program because she was no longer able to care for herself and after a few years of rehab she was released into the community where she promptly killed herself by overdose within 6 weeks of release.

      I’m afraid to tell you that even solitary confinement will not do a fucking thing, other than have a human rights tribunal and cost tax payers money.

      personally i think you’re better off not giving them naloxone and just letting nature take it’s course.

      • Cityofgreatershithole says:

        Agreed chum we the tax payer pay for naloxone so they can go off the deep end then bring themselves back and do it all over again.

  7. Anonymous says:

    And put them where?

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