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Kehewin Cree First Nation Protests Growing Meth Abuse | RED POWER MEDIA

11.10.15

Kehewin Cree First Nation Protests Growing Meth Abuse | RED POWER MEDIA: Jackson said the community is also preparing to conduct workshops in schools to highlight the meth issue and possibly conduct surveys to get an idea of addiction rates.

“Meth hurts,” she said. “It draws you away from family, from love.”

She added, “It affects the person individually and everyone in some way or the other is affected by it.”

People gathered at Kehewin Health Services Friday morning with signs and banners calling to kick the drug out of the community. The group swelled in size as Kehewin’s 1,000-plus community came out from houses and cars on the main road to join the crowd headed to Highway 41.


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