Doug Johnson is a Canadian writer, editor and journalist. Born in Edmonton, Alberta, he graduated with a degree in professional writing from MacEwan University, then worked at various newspapers in the city before moving to Montreal to freelance full time. He has written extensively about science, harm reduction and the overlap between two topics. His work has appeared inNational Geographic where he wrote a piece about psychology and time perception, and in Filter Magazine, where he has written aboutdrug policy, andharm reduction more broadly. Other pieces of his have appeared inUndark,Wired,The Atlantic andthe CBC, among others. He is the proud owner of two cats, one dog, and a Nintendo Switch.