Heroin has been an ongoing problem that really took a hold of toronto in the 1970s but it was a relatively static addiction which grew but only at a percentage relative to the overall population of the city of Toronto. In the 1990s and 2000s Toronto saw a massive boom in addiction to opiate drugs with the introduction of substances like Oxycontin and hydro-morphine and Oxycodone which in certain areas replaced the heroin trade all together. More restrictions have been placed on the distribution of pharmaceutical drugs and this has left a large number of former prescription drug addicts with no option but to begin using heroin to meet their daily requirement of opiates. Heroin is now a growing concern for the city of Toronto as its use becomes more widely accepted amongst street drug users.
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