Morning North | Nov 19, 2012 | 10:08

Lessons in drug abuse

The Sudbury and District Health unit kicked off Drug Awareness Week with a movie night for students. Brenda Stankiewicz, a public nurse with the health unit, told us about the event and shared some information about drug abuse.

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