Supporters of psychedelic therapy have been waiting in suspense for months for a federal decision that could mark a turning point in Canadian medical history.

Earlier this year, 17 Canadian health-care professionals—including doctors, nurses, psychiatrists, clinical counsellors, and social workers—applied en masse to Health Minister Patty Hajdu for legal access to psilocybin. That’s one of the outlawed psychoactive compounds in so-called magic mushrooms.

Learn More

Share this post