Sunday, June 9, 2013

Fwd: Keep heroin out of our backyards

COPY of Reply to email from Conservative Party of Canada:

The Conservatives seem to be doing a good job on the Economic side of the equation, but are definitely lacking on the Social side...  Hopefully I can help them in this regard....

To: "Jenni Byrne, Conservative Party of Canada" <>
Sent: Thursday, June 6, 2013 12:38:39 PM
Subject: Re: Keep heroin out of our backyards

Hi Jenni,

I am already stepping on "needles" and other drug paraphernalia in my "neighbourhood" !  

It's "high" time facilities be established to get drug activity off the street where users can have the opportunity to seek - REHABILITATION - otherwise this problem will never be solved.

Yes, by all means set-up a "drug consumption" site in my neighbourhood - and all others !

 Ideally, PREVENTION is the best solution, see my campaign to help with this -


From: "Jenni Byrne, Conservative Party of Canada" <>
To:  Rick Orser
Sent: Thursday, June 6, 2013 9:14:45 AM
Subject: Keep heroin out of our backyards

Conservative Party of Canada


Do you want a supervised drug consumption site in your community? These are facilities where drug addicts get to shoot up heroin and other illicit drugs.

I don't want one anywhere near my home.

Yet, as I write this, special interests are trying to open up these supervised drug consumption sites in cities and towns across Canada  over the objections of local residents and law enforcement.

We've had enough — that's why I am pleased the Harper government is acting to put the safety of our communities first.

Today, the Harper government introduced tough new rules that will give local law enforcement, municipal leaders, and local residents a voice before a permit is granted for a supervised drug consumption site.

The Trudeau Liberals and Mulcair NDP are against us. They want to repeat the experiment of Vancouver's Insite facility across the country  maybe even in your community.

Because of the tough rules the Harper government introduced today, your voice will now matter.

Add your name if you demand a say before a supervised drug consumption site is opened close to your family:


Jenni Byrne
National Campaign Manager, 2011