How Mexico's Drug Cartels Came to Canada

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Journalists Peter Edwards and Luis Horacio Nájera chronicle the rise and fall of The Wolfpack Alliance, a group of mostly millennial-aged men from across Canada's underworld, who made inroads with one of the most dangerous drug cartels in Mexico. Their book is called "The Wolfpack: The Millennial Mobsters Who Brought Chaos and the Cartels to the Canadian Underworld." They join Steve Paikin to discuss the disruption and violence the group brought to Canada's drug trade.
Episode:
How Mexico's Drug Cartels Came to Canada
Aired:
Dec 15, 2021
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