VICE Meets Chris Hedges
From Wall Street corruption to why the elites in corporate media have eviscerated traditional investigative journalism, the bestselling author tries to make sense of the world we live in.
Brandon Glossop, a veteran of the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, hopped on a plane in February to join the People's Protection Units in their fight against the infamous jihadists.
The 22-year-old Calgary native who goes by "Abu Usamah" online told us that he was in Libya and claims Twitter keeps banning him.
The mercenary company with a track record of war crimes is instructing Canadian commandos.
The group says it plans to deploy in May, but is first seeking donations to finance 25 members to be on duty for 12 months.
The Harper government is requesting bids for $17 million worth of development on the Inuvik satellite station in the Northwest Territories
At a time when the specter of the Russian military is high on the minds of European countries fearful of the next Ukraine, Canada's Department of National Defense is playing tough with President Vladimir Putin.
Believe it or not, a pro-gun Tory MP made some bigoted comments on a radio show.
Turkish newspaper Daily Sabah reports that the Turkish government has detained a Canadian agent.
Authorities allege the arrested man was plotting an attack on financial buildings and the US consulate in Toronto.
Online jihadists are changing their online habits because—surprise—intelligence services are probably tracking them.
Authorities say that the three men, two of whom are believed to have gone to fight in Syria, were part of a terror cell operating out of Ottawa.
Dillon Hillier, a Canadian combat veteran who jumped on a plane from Calgary to fight alongside the Kurdish Peshmerga has returned home, according to a Facebook post from his father.
The Canadian Armed Forces just recommenced its official mission against transnational criminal syndicates using the seas as trafficking lanes for cocaine and other narcotics.
Abu Mohammed al-Adnani just released a recording titled "Die in Your Rage."
The AK-47 is possibly the most recognizable weapon on earth, and it's getting a new logo and ad campaign.
VICE Canada talked to a veteran who traveled to Kurdistan to help the locals defend their territory from the Islamic State.
Earlier today, reports emerged from Israeli news agencies that a Canadian woman named Gill Rosenberg had joined Kurdish forces in northern Iraq to help them fight the Islamic State.
Even as the Canadian authorities try to figure out his motives, the alleged murderer is being praised on social media by extremists.