Calls Meth A Rural Scourge

Methamphetamine addiction has become a scourge in rural Canada, says a New Brunswick Senator. David Richards said the country has lost “a whole generation of kids” addicted to illegal drugs: “These kids are on the streets day and night with bolt cutters and hacksaws to break into places because they need a meth fix.”

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