Investigating psychedelic assisted therapy in Alberta
ATMA Journey Centers Inc. (ATMA), an Alberta-based company focused on the international delivery of innovative psychedelic-assisted therapy solutions, announced on September 14 that it has received approval from Health Canada to move forward with its Phase II psilocybin clinical trial.
Canada’s energy Reconciliation on New York City billboard
A Canadian Indigenous leader lent his voice to a Manhattan billboard campaign this month, hoping it will bring global understanding to the country’s energy industry. It plays an important role in improving the standard of living for many First Nations People in Canada.
Last week I attended the Alberta Municipalities Convention at the Calgary TELUS Convention Centre. As a Councillor, there is an expectation to attend such conventions as they include informative seminars on all thing’s government
1972 was a pivotal year for me and for this province. There was a lot going on in my life as I chose to step away from my beloved Crowsnest Pass and I did not finally return until 2005. You can take the boy out of the Pass but you can’t take the Pass out of the boy.