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Yaletown overdose prevention site honours murdered harm-reduction work

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VANCOUVER (CityNews) — A Yaletown overdose prevention site is renaming the site to pay tribute to a harm-reduction worker who was murdered on the job last year.

Thomus Donaghy worked in Vancouver and helped establish the city’s overdose prevention sites in 2016.

In July, Donaghy was stabbed while on duty at the overdose prevention site at a location beside St. Paul’s Hospital and later died from his injuries.

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