New Brunswick

nature

Forget About the Terrible World and Watch This Moose Fight

[takes out giant bullhorn] LOOKS LIKE THE MOOSE ARE ON THE LOOSE, EH?!?!
Mack Lamoureux
10.6.18
Features

What It's Like to Transition Genders as a Father in a Small Town

For a transgender parent, kids are fast learners. Neighbors, less so.
AJ Ripley
1.11.17
thump features

The Untold Story of the Small Canadian Town That Was Haunted by Radio Transmissions

From hearing voices in sinks to flickering lights, a new film looks at the otherworldly phenomena caused by Sackville's shortwave towers.
Jesse Locke
10.9.16
Stuff

Inside One of North America's Few All-Women Biker Fests

Don't ask these women to ride bitch.
Julia Wright
6.29.16
News

Police Have Caught Marissa Shephard, the 20-Year-Old Fugitive Wanted For Murder

Shephard was on the run for 10 weeks following the death of Baylee Wylie.
Manisha Krishnan
3.2.16
News

Blood, Beer, and the Maritime Rumor Mill: The Bizarre Murder Trial That Has Captivated a Small Canadian Town

Dennis Oland is accused of murdering his famous dad and the Maritimes can't take its eyes off the sad spectacle.
Julia Wright
11.30.15
Stuff

How I Stopped Resenting My Disabled Father

Growing up with a disabled parent had me constantly torn between the world I was in and the world I thought I deserved.
Zac Thompson
11.18.15
Stuff

How to Live, Socialize, and Date in the Maritimes, Canada's Roughest Region

Millennial ennui loses its sting after you've hung in a trailer with a 78-year-old war vet who needs your help bottling homebrew at 11:30 PM.
Julia Wright
11.12.15
VICE Canada Reports

On Hold: Investigating Transgender Health Access in Canada

VICE talks to the transgender patients desperately battling for fair treatment in the Canadian healthcare system, and the doctors who say providing this care is not only possible, but could mean the difference between life and death.
AJ Ripley
10.8.15
Stuff

The Creepy Story Behind an Abandoned Animal Theme Park

Along the old Trans-Canada Highway in New Brunswick stands a disturbing statue of an emaciated racehorse. Once you break inside the old amusement park behind it, things get even weirder.
Julia Wright
10.2.15
Photo

Partridge Island Is the Haunted, Dangerous Rite of Passage for New Brunswick’s Wasted Youth

For years the tunnels and abandoned WWII-era facilities have been a sort of post-apocalyptic punk playground for teens.
James MacDonald, words by Julia Wright
9.8.15
News

‘Racist’ Painting Based on New Brunswick Legend Taken Down After Public Outcry

The group behind the painting, which showed two Indigenous women tied up and gagged, apologized but was still defiant.
Hilary Beaumont
7.29.15
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