Canada

Canadian Far Right Extremism

This ‘Uncensored’ Right-Wing Facebook Clone Allows Racism but Not Nudity

It's the brainchild of a Canadian man who wants to provide a safe space for racists who've been kicked off Facebook.
Mack Lamoureux
4.27.19
Culture

What I Learned at the 'Debate' Between Jordan Peterson and Slavoj Žižek

Žižek was less a cognizant thinker and more a pathological sacred cow tipper while Peterson was a bard for the reactionary elite and emo as hell.
Jordan Foisy
4.24.19
Canada

Some Dude Spent His Friday Setting Cars Alight in Canada

The Edmonton arsonist was tackled in a Starbucks by a mustached man in a Hawaiian shirt and a guy with a 2x4.
Mack Lamoureux
4.15.19
Quebec

80s Wrestling Is Alive and Well in Montreal

We spoke to the Spandex gladiators of the WTA and ICW about the past, present, and future of wrestling in Quebec.
Nick Rose
4.8.19
tv

Eric Andre Isn’t as Confident as You Think He Is

We spoke to the comedian about the relationship between fear and comedy.
Noel Ransome
4.1.19
News

Jordan Peterson’s Book Pulled from New Zealand Shelves Following Mosque Shootings

An email sent out by a national bookstore in New Zealand said the decision to pull the book came “in light of some extremely disturbing material."
Mack Lamoureux
3.22.19
Weed

I Went to a Weed Wedding Expo and Helped Stoners Plan Their Dream Wedding

Now that weed is legal in Canada, a lot of couples want it to be a part of their big day.
Manisha Krishnan
3.22.19
Syria

We Caught Up with the Syrian Refugee Who Spent Seven Months Trapped in an Airport

Hassan Al-Kontar was granted asylum in Canada, but says he still feels like the loneliest man in the world.
Nyima Pratten
3.14.19
Interviews

We Talked to a Researcher About Why Women Are Attracted to DILFs

A Canadian study has researched the little-explored territory of ‘dads I’d like to fuck.’
Tiffy Thompson
3.12.19
fossils

500-Million-Year-Old Worm ‘Superhighway’ Found Hidden in Canada

A fossilized ecosystem offers new evidence for life that once existed in seemingly uninhabitable places.
Sarah Emerson
3.7.19
Bangladesh

He survived a massacre of 20 people, only to be blamed for it

University of Toronto student Tahmid Hasib Khan helped save people in the 2016 Dhaka cafe massacre. He's telling his story for the first time.
Tamara Khandaker
2.7.19
Film

Canada Passed Legislation Condemning 'Bird Box'

'Bird Box' used real footage of a recent deadly disaster in Quebec and refused to remove it. Now, Canadian Parliament is demanding they pay.
Taylor Hosking
2.1.19
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