Emma Czornobaj, who stopped her car to usher ducks off a street and caused the death of two people and serious injury of a third, will spend 90 days in jail.
Ottawa police are no longer pursuing an investigation into the hackers who took down their website for a week earlier this month.
After years of debate and two environmental studies, Quebec's government has decided not to allow shale oil and gas extraction.
On Monday, activists delivered a blow to oil pipeline giant Enbridge by locking employees out of affiliated banks, political offices, and other businesses.
Tony Clement is "quite willing to take credit" for improvements in Canada's Access to Information system.
An emerging Toronto rapper with ties to The Weeknd was apprehended by Toronto Police on 15 human trafficking charges.
Keeping close watch over his daughters' email accounts led Cliff Ford to tracking down a child pornographer and handing him over to the police.
Following a Supreme Court ruling, Canadian police can search your phone and computer when they arrest you. Even if you're released without charge or trial.
Also this week: A guy allegedly killed his ex-girlfriend's pet rabbit because she asked him to move out of their apartment.
Luka Magnotta committed one of the most gruesome murders in recent Canadian history. That's not in dispute, but his mental state is.
With pipelines stalled in BC and the US, Quebec is the last frontier—for now—in the fight to stop tar sands oil from being exported around the world.
Remember the two guys who invented a machine that sucked blood out of your arm when you lost at a video game? No? Well, I spoke to them about that whole thing.
Bizarrely enough, Elizabeth May felt like it was her duty to bring the Truther message forward to the Canadian government.
There's really no reason why it would, but medical practitioners are taking parents' fears seriously anyway.
Legal weed providers need to find a way to market their wares without incurring the wrath of the federal government.
Mass arrests during the 2012 Quebec student protests have led to eight class-action lawsuits that could force Montreal to hand over $20 million in damages.
Rinelle Harper, a teen who was brutally attacked and left for dead, appealed to the country at the Assembly of First Nations.
The Canadian military's R&D division appears to be looking into a smart, guided bomb system for aerial war.
New legislation seeks to criminalize protesters that interrupt "critical infrastructure," which could lead to serious consequences for movements like the Burnaby Mountain protests.
Beachfront property owners have responded to a First Nations land claim by constructing makeshift barricades on the contested land.
Nunavut has the highest per-capita murder rate in the country, but statistics can be misleading. We examine what that number actually means.
A longtime tree-planter observes the intersection of the oil and reforestation industries. It's not pretty.
The RCMP is following international policing trends and, in a pilot project, equipping some officers with cameras to record their every interaction.
VICE sat down with photographer Ryan Lowry to talk about Instagram, Chief Keef, and photographing billionaires.