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How the Opioid Crisis Is Different in Small Communities

Meet Desiree Beck, who, until recently, was the sole harm reduction worker for a 50,000-square-kilometre area of northern Ontario.
Allison Tierney
2.13.18
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Gang Rape Trial Makes Toronto Cops Look Like a Bunch of Sexist Frat Boys

By their own admission, the three accused cops acted like sexist pigs.
Manisha Krishnan
6.22.17
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Viral Hate Videos Are a Person of Colour’s Reality

Violent, racist clips are the new normal on my social media feed and have changed the way I look at the world.
Sarah Hagi
6.7.17
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My Friend Killed Five People in My Home But I Won’t Call Him a Monster

Matthew de Grood became known as a mass murderer who killed five of our friends, but I know we failed him too.
Brendan McCabe
5.12.17
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Why U Mad About Unicorn Fraps, Bro?

No really, why?
Frederick Blichert
4.23.17
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How Canada's Opioid Crisis is Challenging the Stigma of Heroin Use

Fentanyl is changing everything we thought we knew about drugs and who uses them.
Allison Tierney
3.28.17
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Andrew W.K. on Life, Love, and Pushing the Limits

The Party King has covered a lot of ground in his VICE column.
Andrew W.K.
3.23.17
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How the Stigma of Drug Addiction Hurts All of Us

As people in Canada continue to die en masse due to the opioid crisis, we look at how stereotypes surrounding drug use are holding society back everywhere.
Allison Tierney
2.7.17
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The Year in Bad Celebrity Apologies

Learn to do better in 2017
Sarah Hagi
1.1.17
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Who Exactly Are the ‘Elites’ Rich Populist Politicians Are Complaining About?

It's not you. It's them.
Cassie Aylward
11.25.16
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Can Arranged Marriage Work for the Tinder Generation?

Chippy Nonstop on how to avoid getting wifed up by selfish DJs.
Chippy Nonstop
11.23.16
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On Election Day I’m Reminded Why Getting Deported From the US Wasn’t So Bad

Guess I was wrong about the American dream. Oops.
Chippy Nonstop
11.10.16