Because sex workers are essential workers.
Earlier this week Vancouver put forward a proposal to Health Canada that would decriminalize a three day supply of drugs.
The variant of concern is more than two times more contagious, deadlier, and can reinfect people who are presumably immune.
Within an hour three separate Masonic Temples were lit on fire in Vancouver Tuesday morning.
Youth have gathered peacefully in support of Stacy Gallagher, an Indigenous land defender sentenced to 90 days in jail after performing ceremony at a Trans Mountain pipeline site.
In Edmonton, police made unhoused people leave a transit station and go out into extreme weather. Meanwhile in Vancouver, a cop is under fire for tweeting about extinguishing a fire that was helping people stay warm.
Police issued $17K in fines for an alleged "makeshift nightclub" at Mo Movassaghi's penthouse Sunday. Movassaghi accused cops of “causing mischief” when they previously tried to break into his home.
VICE World News surveyed 30 Canadian mayors to ask them if they would follow Vancouver’s lead and pursue local drug decriminalization.
A new study shows how drug dealers can play a crucial role in harm reduction during the overdose crisis.
The sex worker shelter, which is in Vancouver, offers laundry, meals, and beds, including for sex workers who are exhibiting COVID symptoms and need to isolate.
Shortly after VICE News reached out about Canadian anti-masker groups, Facebook deleted several of them.