The Canadian Business of War: CANSEC
Are you looking for a new F-35? Smart rifle to geo target the enemy? CANSEC has you covered.
Just another piece of war tech the insurgents are wielding.
The Kalashnikov may just be the greatest engineering feat of the former Soviet empire.
In a VICE exclusive, we talk to one former Canadian soldier who travelled to Kurdish Iraq to help the locals defend their territory from ISIS fighters.
With Russian hackers targeting NATO infrastructure, the most powerful military alliance in the world is practising its cyber defense skills.
While the veritable hornet's nest of Canadian outrage is unleashed on a man who impersonated a soldier, we spoke to three vets who fought in Afghanistan who could not give less of a shit.
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.
Fresh from two attacks, CSIS says they're keeping a concerned eye on Islamic State fighters online.
ISIS radical or not, the shooter in Ottawa is being celebrated by jihadists on the internet.
It's the same old story: attacks on the public could equal more spying and surveillance.
An alleged gunman had a shootout with police in Canada's parliament. We had a reporter on the ground who live-tweeted the whole thing.
Even as authorities try to figure out his motives, the alleged murderer is being praised on social media by extremists.
Drug dealers in the clink love their smartphones, too.
In an exclusive tell-all interview with VICE Canada, Mohamed Farah tells us about a second video featuring a judge on crack, his belief that Rob Ford threatened him on camera, his attempts to foster a more positive environment in the Dixon community, and
A new environmental report says Canada is putting the Arctic at risk.
According to him: "Canadians at home shall face the brunt of the retaliation."
The lack of testimony from the nation's largest streaming providers puts a damper on hopes that renewed regulations would be developed to support the ever-growing online video market.
The mountain of burning trash in Canada's Arctic has finally stopped seeping toxic smoke.
Are you a "security enthusiast" who plans on going to Quebec's Hackfest? Well, CSEC might want you to be its latest recruit.
The future of Netflix and YouTube is being debated in a series of public hearings in Canada, with implications for the world.