Alberta premier wants federal government to do more about opioid impor

Source: the Prince George Citizen - View Original Article
Published: Jan 22, 2020
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93% Liberal


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92% "CALGARY -- Alberta's premier says Ottawa needs to do more to clamp down on opioid drug imports from places such as China.""
90% "That is the poison that is being commodified by those drug gangs, Kenney said Tuesday.""
60% "article continues below Trending Stories Council vetoes new climate change position Cocaine courier sentenced to three years Aboriginal Housing Society to take over apartment ..."
59% "He says the U.S. Congress voted to impose sanctions on China if the Asian country didn't crack down on fentanyl factories that are exporting ..."
51% "I say tough mandatory, minimum sentences for those folks and better interdiction of those drugs in addition to the kind of anti-gang youth programs ..."


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92% : CALGARY -- Alberta's premier says Ottawa needs to do more to clamp down on opioid drug imports from places such as China.
90% : That is the poison that is being commodified by those drug gangs," Kenney said Tuesday.
60% : article continues below Trending Stories Council vetoes new climate change position Cocaine courier sentenced to three years Aboriginal Housing Society to take over apartment building Court docket: January 13-17, 2020 He says Alberta would be happy to help look into a jump in gun violence in Calgary, which he believes is likely related to criminal drug activity and drug gangs engaged in turf warfare.
59% : He says the U.S. Congress voted to impose sanctions on China if the Asian country didn't crack down on fentanyl factories that are exporting product to North America.
51% : "I say tough mandatory, minimum sentences for those folks and better interdiction of those drugs in addition to the kind of anti-gang youth programs that already exist."

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