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.
At the Chimo Hotel in Ottawa, Christopher Phillips was arrested after fleeing Nova Scotia.
The RCMP kept surveilling Canadians after the Supreme Court told them to stop.
Following news of yet another Canadian police officer mistreating an aboriginal woman, we spoke to the vice president of the Native Women's Association of Canada about how to rebuild the fractured relationship between cops and women in the country.
The current slump in oil prices could spell the end of North American fracking, but will price volatility mean trouble for the more financially stable tar sands?
Rinelle Harper, a victim of assault herself, appealed to the country at the Assembly of First Nations.
The RCMP is apparently following international policing trends and launching a pilot project that will have some officers recording their every interaction.
I went to the mountaintop protest camp that's trying to block a pipeline and has attracted an enormous amount of attention in Canada.
The Canadian government has a new ad campaign targeted at boomers with the stern message: if your teenager smokes weed, their brain will melt.
Even as the Canadian authorities try to figure out his motives, the alleged murderer is being praised on social media by extremists.
A group of Tahltan First Nation elders have blocked access to the mine for the second time in two months over concerns that it will dump toxic sludge into a salmon habitat.
In this episode, Damian visits two gigantic, legal weed factories. He also chats with pot activists to get their take on Canada's new medical marijuana system. Plus, he visits a private grower who is licensed to grow legally, but is being squeezed out by
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police say over 1,100 aboriginal women have been murdered or gone missing in the last 30 years, which just underscores how vulnerable this population is.
In Canada, racial data is "actively suppressed" from law enforcement statistics. As a result, Stats Canada does not include race in their annual count of the country's homicides.
Starting on April 1, Canada's 40,000 medical marijuana patients will no longer be able to grow their own weed. Instead, they'll have to turn to the big-time grow ops that are being built and regulated all across the country.
They're particularly mad about an RCMP officer who, at the protest, said, "Crown land belongs to the government, not to fucking Natives."
Protesters say that the cops used rubber bullets and mace when they didn't need to while breaking up a demonstration blocking access to a natural gas company's facilities.