• August 2, 2021

Why do I feel guilty? I’m a pharmacy owner in Calgary

There are many reasons that people in Calgary have trouble getting their prescription filled.

In a city that has a high rate of opioid overdose deaths, one of the biggest concerns is a shortage of pharmacists.

The city has about 15,000 licensed pharmacists, but just over 2,000 are actively working in pharmacies.

Many people have trouble finding the time to fill their prescriptions, and the shortage has led to calls for the city to privatize the pharmacy industry.

▪ Alberta has a problem with fentanyl, but the real problem is fentanyl in the water source: CBC Calgary article In 2016, Alberta experienced a surge in fentanyl overdoses, which prompted the provincial government to begin a nationwide review of how to curb the problem.

A few months later, the province announced the closure of a number of sites, including some in rural Alberta.

In 2017, the government announced that it would re-open a number more of the sites, but there’s still a shortage in the city of Fort McMurray.

The province says that it is now working on a new strategy to address the fentanyl crisis.

In the meantime, the number of people who have overdosed on fentanyl has been rising, according to a recent report by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.

“This is not just a problem in Alberta.

It’s a problem across Canada, so it’s not just in Alberta,” says Dr. Mark Wahlberg, who studies the drug, at the University of Calgary.

“If you have a crisis, it’s important to do something.

You can’t do nothing.”

▪ The most dangerous drug in Alberta, the most dangerous place to be in, is the fentanyl: CBC News article In the last month, fentanyl has exploded across the country, as well as across the world.

According to the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB), fentanyl has surpassed heroin in terms of the number and purity of its fentanyl-related deaths, and it’s become a global epidemic.

In Canada, the fentanyl epidemic has seen an increase in deaths from overdose, and police have been caught in a standoff with the cartels.

A lot of the drug in Calgary has come from Mexico, and there’s a large population of people living in the community who have not taken the time or are not familiar with how to properly use their drug of choice.

As a result, there are more people in need of treatment than there are pharmacists in Calgary.

▬ The fentanyl crisis is taking a toll on some of Calgary’s most vulnerable: CBCNews.ca article The most obvious sign of a fentanyl problem is a spike in overdoses.

The opioid has an addictive nature, and many people have been prescribed opioids because of addiction.

However, the drug is a potent poison and many addicts will not take the time and effort to find and access the appropriate treatment.

As the crisis has escalated, so has the amount of overdose deaths in the province.

The crisis has also created a lot of tension between the police and the public, as some in the police force have taken to calling on the public to call 911 and not to do their own work.

Calgary has also been hit hard by a fentanyl crisis of its own, with police being targeted by drug dealers who have made off with a large amount of the fentanyl.

▫ The first fentanyl overdose in Canada, in August, killed an innocent man.

The man who died, John Paul Burchill, was working as a pharmacist in Alberta and had just been released from jail when he overdosed.

In September, two more people died after taking fentanyl.

The first death was that of a man who overdosed in Alberta while he was working at a pharmacy in Calgary in November.

In late November, the coroner ruled that the second death was a fentanyl overdose.

He found that Burchil had overdosed after he overdosing on fentanyl and another drug.

▀ The fentanyl epidemic is causing Calgary’s public safety crisis: CBCNEWS.ca The number of fentanyl-overdose deaths in Calgary increased significantly between the start of the crisis in September and December 2017.

The number has been increasing every month since then, and in early 2018, the city recorded its worst fentanyl-induced overdose death ever.

In March, two women died after being rushed to hospital after being found with fentanyl in their system.

The three victims were found with a bag of fentanyl in one of their pants pockets.

The woman, who died of fentanyl, was the first to be rushed to the hospital.

A second woman, a man, and a woman who were found in a different city had all died of a similar fentanyl overdose within a few days of each other.

The fentanyl problem in Calgary is not limited to fentanyl.

As of January 1, 2018, there were approximately 9,500 fentanyl-impaired overdose deaths.

Of those, 7,500 were deaths caused by opioids, and another 3,000 were drug-related overdoses.

This trend is continuing, with more people dying from fentanyl-containing