'It was very discouraging': Winnipeg skateboard community looking for new indoor park following alleged LGBTQ2S+ discrimination

Maddy Nowosad is part of a group looking to create a new indoor skateboard facility in Winnipeg, alleging the current indoor skatepark in Winnipeg has discrimintory policies against 2SLGBTQ+ skaters. (Photo courtesy: Morgan McLachlan) Maddy Nowosad is part of a group looking to create a new indoor skateboard facility in Winnipeg, alleging the current indoor skatepark in Winnipeg has discrimintory policies against 2SLGBTQ+ skaters. (Photo courtesy: Morgan McLachlan)

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Are magic mushroom stores the next pot shops?

Magic mushroom dispensaries are popping up in cities across Canada, with customers ranging from those looking for treatment for depression or PTSD to people wanting to 'micro-dose' a small amount of psilocybin, the hallucinogenic compound in magic mushrooms. But while the situation is in some ways reminiscent of when cannabis retailers set up shop before marijuana was legalized in 2018, Health Canada says there are no plans to legalize or decriminalize psilocybin products.