DUAL (Drug User Advocacy League) of Ottawa was founded in the summer of 2010. DUAL’s members are active and former users and their allies. Visit the About section to learn more about DUAL.
This website is a comprehensive resource for DUAL members and the Ottawa community. From here, you can contact DUAL’s Chairperson, Sean LeBlanc, learn about how to join DUAL, check out the resources and efforts of the DUAL working groups and donate. DUAL members can also access the private members-only page for announcements and community.
If you would like to contact DUAL, visit the Contact page.
On Dec 19, 2014, 9:30-12:00 pm we will be serving our second annual holiday breakfast, but lack the capacity as an organization to provide our service users with the type of meal they deserve, so any help providing food or gifts is greatly appreciated! PLEASE PM Jordon MacLean or Catherine Hacksel if you have anything you would like to donate…
This year, to recognize the International Day to End Violence Against Sex workers (December 17th), local organizations will be hosting a discussion lunch. Please consider joining us and sharing this among your networks.
The PROUD study will be releasing data from its participatory research of people who use drugs in Ottawa. The data will relate to survey participants who had engaged in sex work and will focus on sex workers’ experiences with homelessness and the law.
POWER will be speaking about the recent passage of Bill C-36 and how it will impact sex workers who live and work in our region
When: Wednesday December 17th 2014. Door opens at 12:00 noon,
Where: 216 Murray st. Ottawa. PROUD place
Speakers from POWER, and the PROUD study
talking from 12:30-1:30pm.
Snacks and drinks will be provided