Conflict & Justice

Drug violence up in Vancouver

Drug-related violence is up in Vancouver, British Columbia. Canadian police officials say it's a ripple effect of Mexico's drug war. Cartels in Mexico are too busy to send drugs up to Canada -- and that has local gangs in Vancouver fighting over what's left. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more from Pat Fogarty, superintendent with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

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