For the week of May 25, the Calgary Eyeopener delved into Alberta's growing fentanyl crisis.
In the first segment of the series, recovering fentanyl addict Ben Borger told his story about the dangers and allure of the potent street drug.
A mother shared the story of how fentanyl has impacted her family in the second part of the series.
CBC's Judy Aldous then travelled down to the Blood Tribe reserve in southern Alberta to hear how the community is dealing with its fentanyl crisis. Kainai Nation west of Lethbridge has been one of the hardest hit communities in the province.
The head of mental health and addictions services for Alberta told the Calgary Eyeopener Thursday that the province needs to improve access to drugs that combat addictions to opiates like fentanyl, because abstinence doesn't work.
The last segment of the series saw Calgary police explain how fentanyl has become a challenge to crack down on because dealers can easily import the drug from Asian markets, like in China.