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Breaking Bad in Prince Rupert? Crystal meth chemicals seized at port

AMC's Breaking Bad portrays the crystal meth industry in the southern United States.

It seems that in addition to increased trade, the Port of Prince Rupert is attracting illegal activity as well. Last week, the Canada Border Services Agency seized more that 14 tonnes of precursor chemicals that go into making drugs like crystal meth, ecstaty, and the date-rape drug. Luke Chicoine is an RCMP corporal, and the National Coordinator for Synthetic Drugs and Pharmaceuticals. He says though Prince Rupert is small, it's potential for the drug trade is large.

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