Chris Arsenault is the interim Managing Editor of VICE News Canada. Before joining VICE he was a senior producer for Al Jazeera English in Qatar and a correspondent for the Reuters Foundation covering Brazil and the Rome-based United Nations agencies. He has held the Wolfson Press Fellowship at Cambridge University and the inaugural Forestry Journalism Fellowship at the University of British Columbia. In 2015, he won gold at the UN Correspondents awards in New York for his investigative reporting on stolen food aid in Syria and land grabs in Mali.
A Supreme Court case involving VICE News reporter Ben Makuch highlights the lack of protection for correspondence between sources and journalists.
Vancouver surgeon launches constitutional challenge asking for expanded private health insurance and for-profit clinics.
The company could face a fine of $1 million and other charges during a court battle in Saskatchewan.
After becoming the first country to legalize cannabis the sky has not fallen but problems over securing supply and bank access continue.
The year-long commitment includes six helicopters, an undisclosed number of troops and no clear goal of what a successful mission would look like.
Editor's note: From training special forces to policing protests, VICE News explores Canada's growing private security industry.
Canada’s private security industry has grown four-fold since 1970 and this review shows what can go wrong when officials outsource political surveillance.
“Companies are cynically profiting from both ends of the crisis”
Climate change means new access to resources and shipping routes as analysts downplay risk of geopolitical confrontation
China wonders why Ethiopia and Colombia are attending talks with Canada and the U.S. over North Korea's nuclear program.