Shortly after VICE News reached out about Canadian anti-masker groups, Facebook deleted several of them.
In Toronto and Vancouver, we've already seen homeowners push back hard against housing solutions for the homeless.
Police say Calvin Hoover, the man they identified as the primary suspect of the 1984 rape and murder of a nine-year-old Christine Jessop, died in 2015.
Toronto police have taken a lax approach to traffic enforcement, despite an increase in pedestrian and cyclist deaths this decade. No wonder a PR stunt to catch speeding cyclists rubbed many people the wrong way.
In a midst of a surge of coronavirus cases, Ontario closed down strip clubs, while allowing casinos, bars and nightclubs to remain open. Dancers and owners say the shutdown is stigmatizing.
The wealthy son of a property developer was fined by police for violating the Quarantine Act shortly before giving a speech at a large anti-mask rally.
A man charged with the "random" killing of a Toronto man has several online connections to Order of Nine Angles, a group an expert described to VICE News as a "neo-Nazi death cult."
In an anonymous note, the neighbour said the painting made the area look like a “low income ghetto.”
Previously, sex workers were penalized for locking their doors, putting them at risk of robberies, assaults, and even death, they say.
The alleged suspect is believed to be among the dead.
Patrons were supposed to leave names and phone numbers so they could be contacted by health officials in case of COVID-19 exposure.
Ioan-Florin Floria, who was arrested in July 2007, was dismissed in a ruling earlier this month.