I am an donor to a program that educates elementary and high school students on drugs and their harmful effects. They call every two years for a new donation, each time talking about the new 'big drug' on the street. Most years I have already heard of the problem before they tell me about it, but this year's really surprised (and scared) me. Apparently the big thing entering schools now, is that drug dealers are mixing meth with strawberry nesquick, which then mixes together to form a hard candy. They are then giving this to kids, who don't know what they are eating, and quickly become addicted. Evidently it is called 'Strawberry Quick' and has been in the US for almost a handful of years already, but has only recently become available in Canada.
For more information, see: http://www.anti-meth.org/Candymeth.html