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When a Quebec high school student experienced an opioid overdose at a party, her Collège Mont-Sacré-Coeur classmates Samuel Vincent and Thomas Roberge jumped into action with the opioid overdose response training they learned at school. They called 911, administered Naloxone, and waited for paramedics to arrive and take over. See media coverage link below:

CTV News Montreal

The ACT Foundation is empowering thousands of students in how to administer Naloxone as part of the CPR Program ACT is setting up in high schools across Canada.