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CanWest News ServicePublished: Wednesday, September 12, 2007
OTTAWA -- Some 250 soldiers who tested positive for drugs were not allowed to serve in Afghanistan, the Canadian Forces confirmed yesterday.
According to documents obtained by CBC News, the army has tested almost 7,000 soldiers since mandatory drug screening of troops headed to Afghanistan began in 2006.
The results were for the period September 2006 to last May, which show that most of the soldiers who failed tested positive for marijuana.