In the News

Our work has been discussed in various Canadian news media, a selection of which is listed below. We believe in speaking up and speaking out for the advocacy of human rights and are proud to be part of a continuing public discussion on mobilizing social action against unfair laws and conditions in Canadian society.

Slain Mexican activist’s supporters take case to Supreme Court of Canada
Health-care providers seek exemptions for therapeutic training in magic mushrooms
Professionals request psilocybin for training

Professionals request psilocybin for training

Toronto Star, March 3, 2022

Supporters of slain Mexican activist appeal federal watchdog’s refusal to investigate case
Medical use of psilocibyn in Canada could grow, but consumer sale unlikely
Health Canada dragging feet on approving magic mushrooms for therapeutic use, patients and advocates say
Only fully vaccinated members allowed in Timmins gym when it reopens Friday
Parents’ lawsuit against school board alleges racism, falsified report cards
Why Canada must stand clearly behind Hassan Diab

Why Canada must stand clearly behind Hassan Diab

Ottawa Citizen, March 22, 2021

Windsor court ruling puts COVID-19 ‘hoax’ belief at centre of custody fight
Terror list a ‘problematic’ way to fight white supremacists, civil society groups say
Navigating a toxic workplace is a risky and lengthy process, experts say
Law prof who made complaint against judge at centre of U of T hiring scandal awaits action from CJC
Bill Blair weighs decision on Canadian child porn prisoner seeking transfer home from U.S.
Mohamed Mahjoub wages court fight for information in bid to stave off deportation to Egypt
The top stories impacting lawyers now — Ontario’s 2019 legal year in review
Waterloo University Case Sheds Light on After-the-Fact Accommodation
Members of Herongate Tenant Coalition File Suit Against Timbercreek

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