Author Tags: Alcohol, First Nations
Sudden Death: A Study of Characteristics of Victims and Events Leading to Sudden Death in British Columbia with Primary Emphasis on Apparent Alcohol Involvement and Indian Sudden Death (Vancouver: Alcoholism Foundation of British Columbia, 1971). There are approximately 350,000 problem drinkers in British Columbia according to the government of British Columbia’s website. Alcohol and substance abuse can lead to death, and this book explores the relationship between alcoholism and sudden death amongst Aboriginals in particular.
[BCBW 2016] "Health"