Our request for a Section 56 Exemption to import and serve Santo Daime in our Ceremonies has been officially granted.
The health and safety of the members and visitors is ensured by steps taken by Health Canada.
As a legitimate religion;
The sacrament is safe when served in ceremony to those who meet screening criteria.
Céu de Toronto is a non-profit & legal entity in good standing.
Céu de Toronto is a single-sacrament church.
The church leader is especially qualified.
Only designated members, who are registered with the Office of Controlled Substances, are able to import, transport, possess, and serve the Santo Daime sacrament on behalf of the church.
The supply of the sacrament comes from a legitimate, registered Brazilian Santo Daime Church.
Through the efforts of many, over the past 20 years, it is now easier for other churches to obtain the exemption granted to Céu de Toronto. The use of Ayahuasca, or the Santo Daime sacrament, is not fully legal in Canada.
Each Church must apply to Health Canada for its own exemption as we have.
WE THANK ALL WHO HAVE MADE LEGALIZATION OF THE SANTO DAIME POSSIBLE IN CANADA.
WE ENCOURAGE OPEN DIALOG BETWEEN LEADERS, GOVERNMENTS, AND PEOPLES TO PROTECT THIS FREEDOM.
"Lá vem o sol nos curar -Madrinha Rita, Lua Branca, 20. Lá Vem O Sol
Vamos todos se firmar
No sol, na lua e nas estrelas
E na Rainha do Mar
Cheguei, já estou aqui
Ninguém queira duvidar
O que meu Pai me ordena
Eu tenho que afirmar
Meu Pai Vós nos abençoe
Nos dando o Vosso conforto
Que eu estando com Vós
Jamais me considero morto"
"Lá vem o sol nos curar
-Madrinha Rita, Lua Branca, 20. Lá Vem O Sol