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Winnipeg mother fears ‘lethal concoction’ of street drugs amid pandemic led to daughter’s death (BCCSU)

Allen and Corinne Siddle lost their daughter Stephanie, 33, to a suspected overdose in June. (Photo credit: CBC News)
Stephanie Siddle, 33, remembered by her mother as kind, intelligent and powerful

A Winnipeg mother who recently lost her daughter to a suspected overdose fears the toxicity of the drug supply currently on the streets due to the pandemic led to her daughter’s death. 

Corinne Siddle’s daughter Stephanie, 33, died in her Winnipeg apartment on June 16 of a suspected overdose.

Guy Felicella, a peer clinical advisor for the British Columbia Centre on Substance Use said drug toxicity is up in B.C. and across the country.

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