Chef Danny Smiles hits up the east end of Montreal to learn the secrets of classic Italian food prep from Mario Terrone and his wife Cathy.
But don't worry, he still thinks he's the "winner."
"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."
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.
Quebec City art collective BGL installed a full-scale depanneur at this year's Venice Biennale, the latest in a career of humorous, high-concept projects.
One video game legend is teaming up with another to create a new studio and some Star Wars thing.
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.
"All of the posts are derogatory, but this is a rough business. It brings out the worst in everyone."
A team of Canadian eccentrics have decided to take it upon themselves to help the citizens of Montreal, all the while donning the capes and cowls of superhero culture.
Montreal photographer JJ Levine is feted with a retrospective and a new collection of his work.
There's evidence that the notorious gang is preparing to build up its membership again after being hit by a series of major raids in 2009.
Chris Lloyd's intention was apparently to "mess with" the Tories. Looks like he succeeded.
A day that started with the usual Marxist marching ended in a haze of tear gas.
In Quebec, protests against the provincial Liberal government's austerity measures have become smaller yet more creative.
From abandoned warehouses to scenic picnic destinations, the fire-obsessed kids of Montreal brave all conditions to practice what they love.
The video for Drainolith's song "Danny Kane's Blues" is monotonous, invigorating, and a little psychedelic.
I went to my mother's house with a fire lit under my ass, and before the door had even closed behind me, I blurted out, "Who is Emile Zarbatany?"
A night of rage, tension, chanting, and violence.
We interview the people behind two of 2014's most visually striking video games.
It was just one of the many left-wing anti-austerity protests to hit the Canadian city this week.