It was one of the biggest events of its kind and it gave the community hope for the future.
Let's just say I was surprised.
There's a reason they don't say "It's as easy as shooting fish in a swimming pool."
The mining giant says it has the "full support" of First Nations to start the project, but it's hardly guaranteed to happen.
Although creative, this isn't much of a solution for families who can't afford education, because they probably can't afford to spend money through frequent flyer miles, either.
A fake kidnapping in Canada brought some real cops to the door.
VICE was granted insider access to the group's planning and execution of a topless protest at Canada's National Assembly against a law that could restrict abortion access in the country.
Spoiler: 'Wiches Cauldron loves to make sandwiches; does not actually love jihad.
An inside look at the notorious activist organization's only North American branch.
Caleb Sinn and Jordan Smith are making a 37-day trek from Edmonton to Portland to raise awareness for Burundi.
While it still occupies a confusing place of semi-legality in much of the city, the legalization of skateboarding in Peace Park is a huge win.
"The world is fucked, so let's build an amusement park on it."
A Formula One Grand Prix means tourism, and tourism also means a spike in the sex trade—which city authorities are trying to contain.
"If you scratch the surface and look past the veneer of equality, they're scary people with scary ideas," said the pseudonymous activist Emma R.
Sergeant Kevin Nanson's home is a disaster at the moment and he blames the Canadian government.
Whether you call 'em bush parties in the West or field parties in the Maritimes, there's a certain finesse to getting turnt up in the great outdoors.
Stephen Payne is a 45-year-old guy from Canada who's become so famous for doing bong rips and dabs that he's sponsored by a weed company and has more than 90,000 YouTube subscribers.
If you know a guy who recently bought a sports car, or is gay, it might be because their partner had an abortion, according to Alliance for Life Ontario.
We spoke to professional mermaid Marielle Chartier-Henault about the cities of Edmonton and Surrey prohibiting people from wearing tails in pools.
A study published in 'Journal of the Acoustical Society of America' shows that what people look like is linked to how easily they are understood by others.
If your delicious candy and brownies contain massive amounts of THC, maybe don't leave them where your kids can reach?
The industry may be going through a tough time, but Calgary's Global Petroleum Show was still a lavish affair.
"All of the posts are derogatory, but this is a rough business. It brings out the worst in everyone."
Chris Alexander tells VICE that Canada's immigration system is better than ever.