From a homeless person openly shooting heroin in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside to an over-achieving radio broadcaster with a secret $15,000-per-month problem, in more cases than not, people who suffer from the illness of addiction have at least one thing in common – a history of trauma.
Langley filmmaker Brian MacDonald, 61, who by the end of the ’90s was in the throws of addiction, was consuming more than an ounce of heroin a month. Click here to read more…
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