Alberta mom adds voice to MomsStopTheHarm campaign
Published Monday, December 18, 2017 5:29PM MST
A network of Canadian families, whose loved ones have died due to substance use, has sent hundreds of photos and stories to the prime minister’s office in hopes of invoking an emotional response to the opioid crisis.
By sending the photos, Moms Stop the Harm was hoping to put a face to the significant number of people who have died in Canada as a result of the opioid crisis.
The group is getting frustrated with a lack of a direct response from the PM.