Saskatoon mother and daughter use lemonade truck to lobby premiers for a rare drug strategy
You may remember her story from last year. We told you about then 10-year-old Cassidy Evans and her highly successful lemonade stand. Cassidy has cystic fibrosis. Her lemonade stand has raised 100 thousand dollars -- all donated to C-F research. Cassidy and her mother Kimberly say it is time for Canada's premiers to do their part for cystic fibrosis patients. And they plan to take that message to the premiers when they gather here in Saskatoon this week. Kimberly spoke with Saskatoon Morning's Jennifer Quesnel.