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As Esgenoôpetitj First Nation mourns and prepares for the funeral service of a suspected overdose victim, an addictions counsellor says they're remaining vigilant and hopeful there will be no more overdoses.
Leo Bartibogue said there should be help available for people with
addicitions, but he would also like to see something done to keep drugs
like the pills suspected to have caused 35-year-old Ann Marie Lambert's death — and four other overdoses — off the reserve...http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/new-brunswick/first-nations-issue-resolutions-ban-drug-traffickers-1.4072397