The War on Drugs is definitely working.
Welcome to the world of Thanksgiving! In the latest How-To, Matty Matheson shows us how to make a proper traditional Thanksgiving feast.
You can't stoke existing xenophobic sentiment for political gain and expect no negative impact.
You can't help but shudder at the sinister nickname for British Columbia's provincial Autoroute 16, known as "The Highway of Tears," which is both a trucking passage and the winding graveyard of up to 42 Aboriginal women—most of whom are assumed murdered…
Oct 8, 2015
I need you because I'm getting tired and this battle is long.
Misty Faith Potts is a 38-year-old Nakoda woman who disappeared in March 2015. She has an masters degree in environmental science and taught at Yellowhead College, but took a downward spiral into drugs after her brother died and her marriage unravelled. S…
While provinces are racing to regulate E-cigs, DIY pot users are taking advantage of a grey area.
"I'm not a big fan of that [term] 'rape culture,'" says Const. Steve Kelly, a former pro and current cop spearheading the WHL's Player Impact Program.
We spoke to artists, community leaders, academics and writers about the issues that really matter.
It's pretty easy to argue that cigarettes are better than weed when you ignore science, like our prime minister.
Watch our documentary on trans health care to hear from transgender patients who are desperately battling for fair treatment in the healthcare system, and doctors and experts who say providing this care is both possible and, in fact, the difference betwee…
Douglas Coupland looks to the past to find an answer for the impending environmental apocalypse of the extreme present.
"Most of these murders, sad as they are, are in fact solved," Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Tuesday. "We are way past the time for further study, this is a time for action."
An officer was bit on the hand and multiple people were seriously injured. What more could you ask out of an art festival?
In a town hall with VICE Canada Monday night, Trudeau got a chance to speak directly to young Canadians. But can his charm win over voters skeptical about his Bill C-51 position?
Justin Trudeau sat down for a live town hall hosted by VICE in Toronto Monday evening.
Claire Boucher talks about why politics matters and what we should be doing about it. Listen to her!
With everything that's happened this election, you could almost mistake them for genuine.
Watch our documentary On Hold, out Wednesday, to hear from transgender patients who are desperately battling for fair treatment in the healthcare system, and doctors and experts who say providing this care is possible, and in fact the difference between l…
We spoke to Montreal photographer Yannick Fornacciari about his latest series.
"Listening to trans people is the number one thing you can do to make sure you're not exploiting them."
Where's Will Ferrell's Bush... but for our own conservative overlord?
Jason Kenney says one thing in Mandarin, like about the NDP marrying Chinese women, and another thing in English.
What was the Carleton University Students Association thinking?