The Bear Clan says they pulled nearly six grams of methamphetamine off Winnipeg’s streets Friday night – more than they’ve ever found before. To put that into context, a point of meth costs about $10, which could keep someone high for nearly 13 hours, says James Favel, co-founder of the Bear Clan Patrol. There are about 10 points per gram of meth, he explained. “All the stuff we’ve found to

The Bear Clan Patrol in Winnipeg re-emerged after the discovery of 15-year old Tina Fontaine’s body was pulled from the Red River.  Bear Clan started with 12 members in 2014 and has now grown to more than 500 volunteers in Winnipeg.  Other chapters are beginning to pop up around the country. Watch the video here:

What began as a fight to make his city safer and has morphed into a nationwide success story has almost left Bear Clan Patrol co-founder James Favel homeless. “It’s tough financially,” Favel said. “They had sent somebody to my house with one of those notices that the inspector’s branch wanted to come in and look at my house to get it ready for auction.” Favel estimates he’s working 100 hours