Rural Alberta has a drug problem.
Anyone who has spent any time in a courtroom can see that. In case after case, guilty pleas come along with remarks on drug use and addiction — usually alcohol, meth, fentanyl and other chemicals that wreak havoc on bodies and minds.
Within these pages there has been the occasional attempt at dialogue that has devolved into a written shouting match.
There have been fights about the rights of Canada’s Aboriginal peoples, and there have been heated discussions about the current ruling parties of the country and…