I talked to a lawyer who said that it probably wouldn't be treated as one in the courts.
We need to raze almost every cultural belief that we have about sex, women, and rape in order to create an entirely new foundation from scratch.
Brisbane will host the 2014 Group of 20 from November 14 to 16. Should residents be worried about similar scenes to Toronto in 2010?
More details are constantly emerging in the sex scandal that has electrified and horrified the Canadian media, but one thing's for sure: We should have known about Ghomeshi's behavior long before we did.
If your name happens to be Elizabeth Gallagher and you have a Canadian passport, have we got the deal of a lifetime for you!
The conversation around Jian Ghomeshi, the Canadian radio host accused of assaulting three women, has become incredibly toxic.
We asked Noel Biderman, the man behind one of the biggest online-dating sites for people seeking affairs, about his theories on adultery.
Mohamed Farah discusses crack-smoking videos, his belief that Rob Ford threatened him on camera, and his attempts to foster a more positive environment in the Dixon community.
Compared to last week's debate, during which candidate Olivia Chow was told to "go back to China" by a heckler and a Ford supporter shouted homophobic things, the ArtsVote debate was remarkably civil.
The Toronto mayoral candidate appears to be following in his brother Rob's footsteps in that shouting and vitriol follows him wherever he goes.
Rob Ford's sudden medical emergency has forced him to withdraw from the mayoral race. Enter his successor: Doug Ford, who will require some kind of miracle to pull off a victory.
Trans writer Sybil Lamb was living in post-Katrina New Orleans when two men beat her with an iron pipe, taking a chunk out of her skull, and left her for dead in a rail yard. She's transformed this experience into a new book called I've Got a Time Bomb…
A new, independent documentary has revealed that the Toronto Police were running video surveillance on the strip-search chambers they built for a temporary detention center during the G20. We spoke with detainees and the Ontario Privacy Commissioner, gaug…
We went to the 19th annual FordFest, a backyard BBQ started by Rob Ford's late father. The event featured free food, a bouncy castle, and ended with the assault of LGBTQ activists.
This year's event is being held this weekend, so here's a batch of photos from the last installment, which featured S&M demonstrations, lingerie shows, and lots of bored models.
The 2014 Toronto mayoral election has attracted enough oddball candidates that it's making the 2003 California gubernatorial recall look like the pinnacle of democratic integrity. Toronto's crowded field of candidates got a lot more erotic after Nikki Ben…
Rob Ford: The Musical could very well be terrible, but we went down to check out the auditions for the role of Toronto's crack-smoking mayor anyway.
A men's rights activist group in Toronto tried to invent a holiday called Equality Day and sponsored a music festival that was covertly marketed as a political event. Unsurprisingly, the whole thing backfired.
I attended the Feminist Porn Awards to see if feminist porn is another feminist echo chamber or a movement changing the way we view disenfranchised groups' sexual expressions.
If anyone can remain mayor—and remain in the spotlight—after getting caught smoking crack on video (again) and drunkenly ranting about his opponents, it's Rob Ford.
Yet another video of him apparently smoking crack—along with an audio recording in which he rants about his wife and a political rival—has everybody's favorite Canadian in search of some help.
In Donbas, Eastern Ukraine, you spend the day hacking away inside a pitch-black, kilometer-deep tar hole, breathing in exposed coal and methane.
Toronto's embattled mayor held a press conference that was supposed to be about skating rinks, but it quickly devolved into reporters asking Rob Ford about urinating in public, racist accents, and his driver getting arrested for extortion.
Canada-based photographer Seth Fluker has a way with turning everyday, mundane experiences into amazing abstract visions, like a series he did of a sink when he washed dishes at Whole Foods. His new book explores human behavior and introspection.