Most of just lose our dignity after going too hard. Not this guy.
Researchers from McGill University have found a way that one day could help addicts from relapsing.
Why go on Tinder when orgasms aren't the goal? We found out.
Taking selfies can make you appear more narcissistic and give you a self-inflated view of yourself. Sure, that seems self-evident, but now we've got the research to back it up.
Confirming what we already know: social media is a plague on relationships.
As bad a man as my father is, I still struggle with the guilt of placing the man I loved and admired for so long into a cramped, violent cage.
Estimates put the oil industry at a $770 million loss, and more evacuations have been ordered as the fire moves north.
The app has made me more successful than ever, but at the expense of my art.
It's Coachella for the Margaritaville set.
Moderators tell us why they spend up to 20 hours per week silencing trolls for free.
Our resident cannabis correspondent Damian Abraham feasted on weed edibles to see if the fear of dispensaries is totally overblown.
Many are wondering how that's even possible in the midst of the Canadian city's affordable housing crisis.
He's probably still a million times more ambitious than you were at 15 though.
Ghomeshi apologized to former CBC colleague Kathryn Borel and signed a peace bond agreeing to stay away from her.
The five-year study found that marijuana had serious ramifications on teenage boys' mental health.
Marrying your way into Canada isn't as easy as it sounds, America.
Justin Payne—a construction worker turned pedophile hunter—has teamed up with a university professor, and they have a new approach.
A new documentary, Angry Inuk, points out the irony of progressives attacking a long-standing indigenous practice.
An anonymous former employee claims that the cats were mistreated, stressed, and malnourished.
The fire, now over three times the size of Toronto, is still considered "out of control" by emergency officials.
To blame the violence on the black community fundamentally ignores the deep structural inequality in the city.
The woman, now 22, had her boyfriend kill her parents and little brother ten years ago.
VICE host Damian Abraham meets Toronto's edible entrepreneurs to find out if a weed soda or a chronic cookie can really be considered medicinal.
The devastating fire comes only a month after the Alberta government cut $11.7 million from its wildfire management program.