High school students in Cowichan Valley, B.C., were recently given tools to use hard drugs, such as cocaine, following a presentation on drugs. Students received kits containing information about “safer snorting” including a picture of a straw hovering above a line of white powder. Included in the kit were tubes for snorting and cards for making lines to snort. B.C.-based documentary filmmaker Aaron Gunn brought attention to the issue in a tweet on May 20, and Cowichan Valley School District issued an apology on May 21, saying a third-party presenter had left the kits at the school and the district does not consider them “school or age appropriate.”

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