E.K. Hudson VICE
Seismic surveying is a globally controversial technique, as the blasts have the potential to kill or disable animals at close range and alter migration patterns.
What jurors really said, according to Alberta lawyer Koren Lightning-Eagle, was that Cindy Gladue, a sex worker, consented to die by the hand of her client.
People across Canada are outraged over both a not guilty verdict in a murder trial and the way the victim's body was displayed to jurors.
"There's been so much societal indifference and that is really painful for family members to endure," says organizer Audrey Huntley.
Mass arrests during the 2012 Quebec student protests have led to eight class-action lawsuits that could force Montreal to hand over $20 million in damages.
We talked to Rocco Galati, the lawyer challenging the Canadian government on Bill C-24, the bill that allows the government to strip citizenship from Canadians holding more than one passport.
We visited the protesters behind a six-day blockade of an Enbridge construction that ended with heavy machinery and six arrests.
Documents obtained by the Lake Ontario Waterkeeper show that in 2013 and 2012, untreated or partially treated sewage was released into Lake Ontario every 2 weeks on average. In 2011, the average was weekly. Still, officials don't seem concerned.
We interviewed "Robert," a migrant detainee worker who decided to forgo his opportunity to be released in order to boycott his detention review.