Life or death lessons: Schools are taking on the fentanyl crisis but drug curriculum a patchwork

Patrick Butler, CBC News Sep 05, 2017

His mother, Leslie McBain, has told the heartbreaking story of her son's overdose at every high school in British Columbia's Gulf Islands region over the past two years. "My message is one of safety. If you decide to do this, here's how to stay safe," she said. It's a refrain she repeats to students over and over again: never use alone, always carry naloxone, watch out for your friends at parties and know how to recognize an overdose.

Life or death lessons: Schools are taking on the fentanyl crisis but drug curriculum a patchwork