One of the largest drug busts in Alberta history involves Saskatchewan.
Nearly 16,000 fentanyl pills, 28 kilograms of methamphetamine, cocaine and firearms were all siezed in Calgary on Wednesday.
Police say the drugs and firearms were siezed from 11 different Calgary homes, including two mult-million dollar residences and originated from Vancouver, Calgary and Mexico before moving to Alberta then on to Saskatoon, Toronto and Montreal.
The street value was said to be over 4-million dollars.
Police have laid more than 120 charges so far and are searching for at least three suspects.