FSIN chief proposes mandatory drug te...

FSIN chief proposes mandatory drug tests for leaders

There are 1 comment on the CBC News story from Oct 26, 2017, titled FSIN chief proposes mandatory drug tests for leaders. In it, CBC News reports that:

FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron displays his card certifying he passed a voluntary drug and alcohol test. Federation of Saskatchewan Indigenous Nations Chief Bobby Cameron hopes his seven years of sobriety will serve as a model for First Nations youth.

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Sad Bastard

Port Mcneill, Canada

#1 Oct 29, 2017
So after the testing turns up postive on all of them do they rid of the leaders or is it business as usual? A sober chug is like the sasquatch legend,we have all heard of them but no one has seen one.

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