Seventy complaints were filed about the Ottawa Police Service in the third quarter of 2016, up from 30 during the same period last year.
Canada stormed out! Sent off an angry statement!
With an over 40 percent increase in street drugs cut with the deadly opioid, experts are suggesting casual drug use has never been more dangerous.
Four Indigenous girls between the ages of 10 and 14 took their lives earlier this month in northern Saskatchewan.
He's still the claw man!
Ron Dalton spent about a decade in prison before going to court in shackles and walking out a free man.
Despite a now international controversy, psychology professor Jordan Peterson won't back down.
The cheap drug test will soon be available in Canada.
VICELAND's skateboarding travelogue show finds haunting beauty in the forgotten.
It's so transparently arrogant that you have to wonder if J Trudz is deliberately trolling us.
He's the last of his kind.
"I don't want that to sound mean, but we are desperate."
We travelled Canada's North to find out how decades of Manitoba Hydro projects have impacted Indigenous communities in that province.
Uber says it has permanently suspended the driver.
Halloween Spirit stores in Saskatchewan defended their right to sell costumes such as "Reservation Royalty," "Native American Princess" and "Wolf Dancer."
Jacques "Porkchop" Rouschop last week offered to "whip out" his penis to a judge in court.
"The moment you ask if it's really worth it is somewhere after getting away and realizing what could have happened."
In most parts of the country, anyone can open a drug rehab clinic, even if they don't have medical credentials, and make hundreds of thousands of dollars off of it.
The worst part is that its main critics think it doesn't go far enough.
Ontario's plan for a two-year freeze on new water extraction permits has its critics.
Of course Canadians would use most high stakes election in modern history to try to get America to notice us.
A Toronto company is letting people design their own realistic-looking tattoos that only last a couple weeks. Hello, Justin Timberlake on my arm.
It seems like there's a trend in low-paying, temporary positions being responsible for a lot of the so-called "job growth" in Canada.
Looks like they're not getting shut down anytime soon.