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Addiction is often described as a spiritual sickness…

By:  Partner in Recovery: Nigel Turner, B.S. (Econ), H.S.C., Member OACCPP Addiction is often described as a spiritual sickness, the same could be said for aggression and depression. What all these have in common is isolation and being cut off.  Spirit implies a connection between things...

7 Programs and he is finally on the road to recovery……

Gary Rubie was a distinguished Police Officer, who became homicidal and suicidal while struggling with addiction. He said every time he left treatment, they would tell him that 4 of the 5 would relapse within 24 hours and one might make it. It took him 7 attempts to...

Ecstasy prevention film offered to public

Abbotsford, British Columbia Police are releasing a video on the dangers of ecstasy to the public for free. Taken from the Abbotsford Times BY ROCHELLE BAKER, THE TIMES JULY 19, 2012  Abbotsford Police are releasing a video on the dangers of ecstasy to the public for free. The APD filmed...

Buprenorphine Emergency room visits up 255 %

In the States, The Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN) has found that buprenorphine was responsible for the greatest increase in emergency room visits for nonmedical use of opioids in the five-year period ending in 2010. Curious as to what the statistics would be in Canada. http://www.cesar.umd.edu/cesar/cesarfax/vol21/21-31.pdf...

My Belief

My belief is we all need to be accountable. Accountable for our actions and accountable to each other. We need to get involved with our communities and protect our children. We need to walk the walk. We do not need to live in a politically...

Ecstasy prevention film offered to public

BY ROCHELLE BAKER, THE TIMES Abbotsford Police are releasing a video on the dangers of ecstasy to the public for free. The APD filmed the documentary, titled Operation X, after two Abbotsford youths died after taking the street drug in late 2011. The film focuses on the stories...

.08 alcohol limit more stringent

With the upcoming reduction of the provincial legal alcohol limit to drive to .05, penalties at .08 are becoming more harsh By Ben Proulx News Staff Alberta’s impaired driving legislation was the talk of the province not too long ago when the legal limit was reduced from...