Vancouver Sun
Terminally ill patients the first in B.C. to consume legal supply of magic mushrooms

Five terminal cancer patients have been granted Canada’s first legal, domestic supply of magic mushrooms to treat their end-of-life anxiety.

One of them, 54-year-old Thomas Hartle, arrived at Nanaimo airport Saturday morning from his home in Saskatoon to participate in psychedelic therapy using psilocybin, the active ingredient in magic mushrooms, which he hasn’t been able to legally do since August, when his one-year exemption from the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act expired.

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