FIX: The Story of an Addicted City

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Fix: The Story of an Addicted City is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Nettie Wild and released in 2003.[1] The film centres on Vancouver's campaign to launch Insite, North America's first legal supervised injection site for injection drug users.[1]

Figures interviewed in the film include drug user Dean Wilson, activist and organizer Ann Livingston, and Vancouver mayor Philip Owen.[1]

The film won the Genie Award for Best Feature Length Documentary at the 24th Genie Awards.[2]


  1. ^ a b c "Fix becomes part of the solution". Montreal Gazette, November 8, 2003.
  2. ^ "Winners at the 24th annual Genie Awards, honouring the best in Canadian cinema". Canadian Press, May 1, 2004.

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