Sarah Berman VICE
It’s getting harder and harder to put Vancouver’s freakish housing market in perspective.
After a chocolate-stealing squirrel caught Canadians’ attention this week, we asked artist and apparent “Pizza Rat” rodent trainer Zardulu about the story’s authenticity and whether that matters.
A wave of studies say psychedelics can treat depression, end-of-life anxiety, addiction and more. So we asked experts when we'll legally be able to grow medicinal shrooms at home.
After involuntary mental health treatment many patients feel afraid to seek more help. A constitutional challenge could change the way patients consent to treatment in British Columbia.
Ten weed activists, including Jodie and Marc Emery, were arrested and are now under investigation. Everyone except Marc was released Friday night.
Century-old records reduced them to nameless slurs, so it takes serious detective work to find the real history.
With British Columbia polygamists on trial, we spoke to a woman who left the church but fought to keep her family together.
In the wake of an unprecedented win in North Dakota, we asked Indigenous and environmental groups what they see as the next key energy battlegrounds.
Bountiful, British Columbia, has been in the news for an ongoing child trafficking trial, but the fundamentalist Mormon settlement is also home to a small group of women leaders who defy stereotypes.
The Mayfair Theatre's co-owner says he cancelled 'The Red Pill' because of the event's hateful hosts—not because of the film's content.
We chatted with Canadian filmmaker Ken Finkleman about how over-the-top movies seem honest by comparison. His latest satire 'An American Dream' premieres at the Whistler Film Festival December 1.