York University group Silence is Violence claims public-sector union CUPE fails to protect its members.
Deadmau5 completely and sincerely loves Tim Hortons. You know, just like every other world-famous music star.
Trying to scrap the new curriculum is irresponsible and would put children in harm's way.
Harper is fighting for families with kids, Trudeau is fighting for divorced dads, and Mulcair is fighting against corporations.
The land that Nickelback built voting for an NDP majority is not as crazy as it sounds, and we'll explain why.
Howard Sapers is being shown the door after a long reign investigating abuses in Canadian prisons.
New Ontario curriculum—which teaches about sexual consent in grade two, gender identity in grade three, and masturbation in grade six—is considered to be the most up-to-date in Canada.
A blended family's fight to stay on a Quebec reserve is bringing up questions of First Nations sovereignty.
In the latest episode of our Canadian Cannabis series, we take a look at how Canada is missing out on an economic windfall by continuing down a path of restrictive marijuana policies.
"It's hard to ignore what harm there is in presenting the identity of indigenous women as hypersexual, passive beings."
We went to some fun afterparties for some very serious movies at Hot Docs.
Clyde River is in the middle of a legal battle over seismic testing in Baffin Bay. These photos will help you understand why it's such a big deal.
As press and protesters approached the line of cops, loud metallic shots went off. The sound and smell made it abundantly clear that they were firing tear gas at us.
"My uterus, my priority," said the protester, who is rallying against Quebec's proposed bill 20.
The great Progressive Conservative dynasty may finally lose the throne.
The winner of the 2015 Hot Docs Outstanding Achievement Award tells VICE about his love for Canada, his disappeared friend, and the deadly and famous cameraman scene in The Battle of Chile.
It's awkward, but there's probably someone out there for your doc.
Before she was murdered herself, Loretta Saunders was researching an unsolved murder of another aboriginal woman in Halifax. When we started to investigate that unsolved murder, people told us it was dangerous and we shouldn't write this article. This is
The system let Donald Kushniruk down as it lets thousands of mentally ill Canadians down every year. But it doesn't have to.
I shot up in bed to the sound of a roaring crack along with the most intense vibrating I've ever felt in my life. It was getting stronger and stronger. I didn't know what was happening.
Introducing the Kah-nah-dah Katchup playlist where we curate all the stuff you've missed by not reading Noisey every day.
I spent two days at Toronto's spring psychic fair last weekend, sitting through lectures on crystals, watching a former investment banker channel angels and learning that Visual Basic is perfectly capable of reaching into my soul.
Jacqueline Tuplin is only the second aboriginal woman to run for office in Canada's smallest province.
They're just 13 and they're already thinking about using their platform to amplify others' voices. Probably makes you feel bad about your teen years, right?