"I don't think everybody should have a big fit about it," said the anonymous Canadian hacktivist of the stunt.
It's awful, but Prime Minister Stephen Harper knows it's not going anywhere, despite his election promises.
"I was just given a purpose, a big purpose in life, and that is to promote Mother Earth's end and her most miraculous plant in this world. That is cannabis."
After spending an ordinary evening at home with her boyfriend, Chelsea Clark was sent a series of photos of the couple's night, seemingly taken from the laptop's camera.
They say it's a symbol of racial hatred and want it recognized as such by the government.
Sex worker Corrie Ottenbreit had given the Royal Canadian Mounted Police a hair sample so that they would have her DNA on file in case she ever went missing.
When good propaganda goes bad.
The group behind the painting, which showed two Indigenous women tied up and gagged, apologized but was still defiant.
Topless women are having something of a moment this week in Canada, though not without conflict.
Meanwhile, VICE has obtained a leaked letter from Peel Police, who are angry about claims that they "tampered" with a knife at the scene of a police shooting.
And a lawyer seems to think the mom is trying to get rich off her baby.
We dove deep into the psychology of Norm Kelly, who's made a habit of interjecting himself into Drake's rap feuds.
A water shortage has some social media users grumbling about the green lawns of the city's 1 percenters.
Evan Eames found a creative solution to the outrageous rent he would have to pay to study in England.
In the small city of Saint-Eustache, a revved-up car rally was held in honor of the fallen Fast and Furious star, much to the chagrin of the local cops.
Longtime kingpin Vito Rizzuto died in 2013, but no single group has stepped in to fill that power vacuum—yet.
They say Luke Howard's instructional videos for other would-be "daygamers" are simply harassment.
Owner Claude Perron suffered a serious setback in his fight for the right to sell sexy products after 5 PM on weekends.
Atomic Lollipop, the "Woodstock of Geek," is the kind of festival where you can listen to a goth Lolita catgirl get into a fight about Canadian political theory.
Victoria Henneberry wants to start the appeal process despite missing the deadline to do so.
The Canadian He-Man lookalike was almost a rock star before mismanagement, a bizarre kidnapping, and a series of health issues derailed his dreams.
Evidently, the Conservative Party doesn't trust its politicians with simple stuff like writing funding announcements. And now we know why.
Dale Pippin is a Canadian who wants people to stop slagging the Stars and Bars.
Two and a half decades after the Oka land dispute in Quebec turned deadly, Indigenous leaders from coast to coast tell VICE it could easily happen again.