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Innocence Lost: Stories of Youth Addiction

InnocenceLostMS.jpgInnocence Lost: Stories of Youth Addiction is a film featuring young people and parents, filmed anonymously, that tells it like it is about drug use and the consequences. The Boys and Girls Club in Charlottetown operates a survival centre, dedicated to helping youth clean-up, while learning other life skills. Karen Mair met with interim director, Jessica MacKenzie to talk about the making of the film.

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