In a landmark move, Canada’s Federal Health Minister Patty Hajdu allowed 17 Canadian healthcare professionals to use psilocybin for clinical training on December 8.

Announced yesterday, the exemption was granted under Section 56(1) of the Canadian Drugs & Substance Act that would allow healthcare professionals to possess and use psilocybin for professional training during psilocybin therapies. Health Canada is permitting a combination of psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical counsellors, social workers, general practitioners and nurses to legally use the psychedelic substance.

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