Anyone who likes this video is the Feds.
A police force created after the 2014 shooting has been busy.
The semi-automatic handgun used in the shooting was allegedly left sitting in open sight on one of the backseats of a police car.
Searching for two brown-skinned men who were acting "suspicious" three months ago? Sure, makes perfect sense.
The Labour politician has been unabashedly pro-journalist in his statements, but will he make legal protections for reporters a priority?
But can a two-day course really improve decades of abuse and mistrust?
Former RCMP detective Ray Michalko is investigating the murders of a number of women along Northern BC's 'Highway of Tears.'
While reporting on Canada's epidemic of missing Indigenous women, I've learned that Canadian government institutions don't want this story told.
Insulting the prime minister will cost him $543.
Longtime kingpin Vito Rizzuto died in 2013, but no single group has stepped in to fill that power vacuum—yet.
The hacktivist group claims that it had taken several government websites offline on Sunday morning and is threatening to release the name of the officer responsible for the death.
Derrick Snowdy is best known for his role in the Conservative "Busty Hooker" scandal, but he's more than just a private dick—he's a really weird guy.
Fucking eh. Sad moose face.
A cyberstalker has been circulating a photoshopped image of Andrea Ng for years, but she says the authorities haven't helped her.
It appears that the commission is ending just as it was gaining speed.
Quebec investigators have searched, bugged, and infiltrated a group of Quebec communists, and they have nothing to show for it.
Authorities allege the arrested man was plotting an attack on financial buildings and the US consulate in Toronto.
Canada's top spy agency has given VICE a "we can neither confirm nor deny."
The deaths of two kids over an unpaid bill highlights the horrible state of fire prevention on Canada's reserves.
We spoke to some environmental and aboriginal activists to see if they were worried about a coming crackdown.
A group of remote northern Dene trappers are fighting to preserve some of their traditional land from exploitation.
Online jihadists are changing their online habits because—surprise—intelligence services are probably tracking them.
Authorities say that the three men, two of whom are believed to have gone to fight in Syria, were part of a terror cell operating out of Ottawa.