When the Fair Elections Act came into effect last December, it removed the option of using your voter information card as ID, meaning if you only have one piece of valid ID and it doesn't have your current address, you may be shit out of luck.
Is it time for London's Jewish community to remember its anti-fascist history?
Bill C-377, which amends Canada's Income Tax Act, slaps new requirements on any labor organization. Everyone from the largest private-sector union in the country to the NHLPA has concerns.
Khadr, a 28-year-old Canadian who was captured by American forces in Afghanistan in 2002 and spent 10 years in Guantanamo, confessed to throwing a grenade that injured a soldier and killed another. He has since recanted.
It's been a very bad week for the Trump Empire.
The viewing public heard a reporter yell, "Don't shoot, don't shoot!"
"Money cannot replace the wedding we lost and our perfect day," she wrote.
As a US territory, Puerto Rico cannot file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy, an option that is afforded to American municipalities.
President Obama's security detail still brands ex-cons—regardless of the nature of their crime or what they've been up to since—as suspect.
Porter, the former hospital chief who is accused of taking $11 million in bribes, died of lung cancer while awaiting extradition to Quebec in a Panamanian hospital on Tuesday, according to his wife and associates.
Before the war, almost all children in Syria went to school, and literacy rates were above 90 percent, a new report by Save the Children and UNICEF notes. Now, more than 2.7 million children are not attending school.
There is a huge disparity between how Canada and Japan are treating anime child porn.
Hiva Alizadeh, an Iranian-Canadian, pleaded guilty last fall to explosives possession with the intent to cause harm as part of a terrorist conspiracy.
Thanks to mandatory minimum sentencing, Deadheads like Tim Tyler—who has been locked up for almost a quarter of a century—are missing out on the Grateful Dead 50th anniversary shows this weekend.
"Whatever happens, I think this bridge I live under will fill up fast and none of us will be getting out of here any time soon."
"It's 2015, and it might as well be the 1700s in terms of how women get supported here."
We could be looking at anything from full communism to nuclear war.
The court decided there wasn't enough evidence to warrant the death penalty given to four men for helping to kill Farkhunda—the latest stage in a judicial process that's been denounced as farcical.
There were no Roman Candle duels and the north was without any debauchery thanks to raging wildfires.
In this edition of VICE Canada Reports, Sarah Ratchford investigates abortion access in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, two provinces with restricted access to abortions and conservative political climates that make access a difficult issue even t…
A series of fires at predominantly black churches since the horrific shooting in Charleston, South Carolina—including two blazes in the same state—have raised the specter of copycat racial violence.
Filmmaker Medyan Dairieh spent three weeks alone, embedded with the Islamic State in June 2014, gaining unprecedented access into the heart of the self-proclaimed caliphate. Here, he describes what he learned.
And he's taking the rest of the Republican Party down with him.
Cannabis officially became legal in Oregon at the stroke of midnight, and advocates planned to give away small amounts of weed and cannabis seeds to the public to celebrate.