On this episode of VICE's Autobiographies, the DJ and dance music entrepreneur explains how growing up in two distinctly different cultures influenced his ambition and creativity.
There's some solid reasons to not take Viagra before dancing.
We interrupted some millennials' $5 coffee to ask if they think about displacing the poor.
Score one for Kermit. The government has decided to maybe not let developers destroy all of the western chorus frog's habitat.
From offering mood-boosting bike rides to showing up to legal proceedings, the Montreal chapter of Bikers Against Child Abuse step in to support victims of mental, physical, or sexual abuse.
The brawl lasts for what feels like forever.
He's probably still a million times more ambitious than you were at 15 though.
A lot has changed in the decade since DannyGirl started shooting escort ads in Montreal.
This Montreal guy has opened up his fridge to the city, you just need to trust his dumpster-diving skills.
MissMe's latest work brings her iconic wheatpaste posters to life.
Don't you hate when you get screenshot?
There's something ass-backwards about police who make it tougher for those living on the street.
Claude Jutra was renowned in the Quebec film industry for his career and legacy, but damning new allegations have the province rethinking his acclaim.
During the second half of Leslie's trip to Montreal, she smokes weed with a bunch of college students and gets free baguettes from a boulangerie.
A 12-hour train ride leads to maple syrup whiskey and mornings spent drinking coffee in bed.
If the Montreal Expos ever returned, what kind of city would they be playing in?
This is how I learned to love the sharing economy.
The anonymous artist says it's "shocking" that there's a statute of the woman who helped establish the Spanish Inquisition.
They can still build them out near the train tracks.
A report says some snow professionals were told they'd have their legs broken if they bid on a certain contract.
We checked out all the sewage being poured into the Saint Lawrence River because #flushgate is real.
Hanging out with the most misunderstood pets in the world.
"It was not my best idea ever," Jean-François Parenteau admitted.
For as long as long as skateboarding has been documented, Canadians have been trying to fit in with American skaters and failing. On Canadian Thanksgiving this year, a skate collective called Dime Crew proved some 'Nucks can shred.