Don't ask these women to ride bitch.
The plan, while wildly unpopular, is completely legal.
We talked to Kate Beaton of Hark! A Vagrant about banjo picking in Williamsburg, living next to nuns in Nova Scotia, and her two years in Fort Mac.
Chester Brown talks about paying for sex, the spiritual dimensions of prostitution, and his new, sex-charged reimagining of the Bible.
Many of the 00s scene kids are having buyer's remorse about stretching out their earlobes.
Some claim the former hospital—with its history of abuse and neglect—is haunted. Others think it's a great place for a doggie daycare.
"I'm no chauvinist, but the only thing better than an Irish woman is an Irish man," I was told by a septuagenarian when I tried to attend the New Brunswick event.
Few immigrants want to head east of Montreal, and that's a problem for the economically distressed provinces there. But is the Maritimes actually that welcoming to Come-From-Aways?
Dennis Oland is getting life in prison for the killing of his dad, who was part of the wealthy Moosehead beer-brewing family in Canada, but many in the community think he's innocent.
It was a chaotic, emotional conclusion to a murder trial that exposed the private dysfunction of some of Atlantic Canada’s wealthiest elites.
Richard Oland, from the sixth-generation of the Oland beer dynasty, died of dozens of slashes and blunt-force wounds in 2011. His only son, Dennis, was charged two years later.
Blood, Beer, and the Maritime Rumor Mill: The Bizarre Murder Trial That Has Captivated a Small Canadian Town
Dennis Oland is accused of murdering his famous dad and the Maritimes can't take its eyes off the sad spectacle.