Illegal cabs, a.k.a. "speedies," are a way of life in the Canadian province of Ontario.
"I can't start my car for that, so how is he expected to make a life that way?" his mother says.
Anita Krajnc says that she was trying to alleviate suffering when she stuck a water bottle into a truck full of pigs bound for a processing plant.
First the Toronto police officers invade the filmer's personal space, then ask if his video will appear on World Star.
The island nation is demanding Canada take back its shipping containers full of rotting food and adult diapers.
Legal experts say a conviction would be "unheard of."
In this episode, VICE heads to the remote Neskantaga First Nation in Northern Ontario where after 20 years under a boil water advisory, they have slipped down the federal government's priority list for safe drinking water from four to 19.
"I don't see any dog meat here," a protester says to a hostess in a YouTube video of the event. "I thought this was a meat restaurant, yet I don't see any dog meat here."
The three women, who were killed in three different towns all reportedly dated the suspect at some point.
Superintendent Mark Fenton took the fall for using a controversial "kettling" tactic, but many think accountability needs to go higher up the chain of command.
I made a 5,600-mile journey in a month thanks to drivers I adorned with nicknames like Kush Grandpa, John the Racist, Four Divorces, and Nice Mike.
The shopping centre looks like a piece of an alternate 1970s universe.
They want 'rights everyone else has,' like sitting down in peace. Fair enough.
A disturbing number of people in Sarnia, Ontario, are abusing a powerful painkiller that is 100 times stronger than morphine or 40 times stronger than heroin
Topless women are having something of a moment this week in Canada, though not without conflict.
We dove deep into the psychology of Norm Kelly, who's made a habit of interjecting himself into Drake's rap feuds.
Not cool, Windsor.
Dress codes disproportionately target not just teenage girls in school, but people of color, LGBTQ students, and overweight people.
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."
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.
Spoiler: 'Wiches Cauldron loves to make sandwiches; does not actually love jihad.
"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.
Also this week: A cop freaked out on a former marine because he thought he was just pretending to be a former marine.