Public Drug Testing Sites Are Helping Dealers Prevent Overdoses
One street-level dealer says the testing allows him to track which suppliers are cutting their product.
More Drug Users Are Intentionally Using Fentanyl Amid Overdose Crisis, Study Finds
The way we think about harm reduction and fentanyl should change, Canadian researchers suggest.
Inside a Pageant for Indigenous Drag Queens
Instead of the cutthroat competition of ‘Drag Race,’ queens in ‘Black Divaz’ lift each other up.
Fucked Up Want To Inspire The Next Fucked Up
The band returns to talk their anticipated new album 'Dose Your Dreams' and relinquishing control in the studio and real life.
Queer Songbook Orchestra Puts the LGBTQ+ Experience In Pop at the Forefront
From Christina Aguilera to k.d. lang, the organization wants to re-center the modern music canon into "non-binary songs."
This Generation of Inuit Artists Is Breaking New Gallery Ground
‘Tunirrusiangit’ marks the first time the AGO’s largest space will exhibit Inuit art—a moment two celebrated artists did not live to see.
Cadence Weapon Takes On The Condo Epidemic in New Video "High Rise"
The new video examines and dissects the social consequences of Toronto's income gap and condo boom.
Jim Bryson's Remote Home Studio Is the Secret Backbone of Canadian Music
For years, Bryson has been riding shotgun to some of Canada’s most prolific music acts from Kathleen Edwards to Tragically Hip.
This Indie Label Is Cutting Vinyl Costs By Releasing Albums on Paper
"Instead of having a thing with the download within, we just have a giant piece of beautiful paper."
This Startup is Helping Artists Find Places to Throw House Concerts
"We're not looking for people to piss off their communities. We're looking for people to draw their communities in."
Why Your Grief Over a Celebrity’s Death Is Real
We spoke to experts on why we feel the way we do when a famous person dies.
This Artist Recreated Famous Movie Posters With Indigenous People
‘I was accused of cultural appropriation of Western culture, which is insane.’