Morgues in the city are now frequently reaching capacity due to fentanyl-related deaths.
If you go back 40 to 50 years, people thought, "I'm only going to have a drink or two because it relaxes me, so I'm a safer driver, a calmer driver."
We deserve better. We deserve our safe spaces.
"There's a lot of people who come here and treat it like a candy store."
From bikers to terrorists, these are some of the country's biggest unsolved cases.
The team has been shooting in Standing Rock for the past year. One of the episodes screening will be "Sacred Water," which focuses on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation's resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline.
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Yes, I gamified all my shameful orgasms.
It's also an ad for snow tires.
While kratom is still legal in Canada, the person I bought it from said it's "not for human consumption." I tried it anyway.
It's a snow week!
The PM insists everyone needs to chill.
Victory for protesters as the Dakota Access pipeline is halted, PizzaGate becomes real-life gun scare in Washington, DC, first Oakland fire victims identified, and more.
We are a long way from 'Pumping Iron.'
The Mayfair Theatre's co-owner says he cancelled 'The Red Pill' because of the event's hateful hosts—not because of the film's content.
Ginella Massa is challenging stereotypes and facing her trolls head on.
What would you do if you had to kill three co-workers to save yourself?
Moazzam Tariq was seen pouring vodka down the victim's throat in security footage. His father now claims he's in Vancouver on business.
The bloodlust of the average Canadian knows no bounds.
TIFF's artistic director Cameron Bailey on the movie's impact beyond the big screen.
Critics say the pledge is both victim-blaming and fear-based.
The French director wrote her latest, 'Things to Come,' while struggling to make her techno epic 'Eden.'
Yup, seems about right.