Wolfgang Tillmans Wants People to Fight Fear Through Artistic Expression
The German photographer on working with Frank Ocean, Brexit, and why he's not surprised by a Trump presidency.
We Asked a Professional Orgasm Whisperer How to Properly Work a Sex Machine
When you've professionally delivered over 2,000 orgasms in three years, you learn a thing or two about getting people off.
Canadian Trap Life
In our first episode of CANADIANA, we visit Andrew Stanley's remote cabin in the northern wilderness to go full tilt into the Canadian trap life—trapping beavers, skinning an otter, and learning the best way to deal with two frozen 160-pound wolves...
Fixing the Seemingly Poisoned Relationship Between the RCMP and Aboriginal Women
Following news of yet another RCMP officer mistreating an aboriginal woman, we speak to a woman who has some ideas about beginning to repair that fractured relationship.
Going Tobogganing in Hamilton, Ontario Could Cost You $5,000
Following some expensive lawsuits, cities in the US and Canada are cracking down on one of our nation's hallowed pastimes.
Prohibition in Northern Canada - Trailer
Alcohol is strictly regulated and widely prohibited in Canada's youngest territory. We went to Nunavut to explore the issue of prohibition and whether or not it's helping or hurting the territory's social crisis.
Teenaged Assault Victim Calls for Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women
Rinelle Harper, a teen who was brutally attacked and left for dead, appealed to the country at the Assembly of First Nations.
Jian Ghomeshi Posted $100,000 in Bail, and Now Lives with His Mom
Jian Ghomeshi turned himself into Toronto Police this morning, and faced a preliminary hearing in a Toronto court the afternoon. He has been released on $100,000 bail and must now live with his mother as part of his release conditions.
We Chatted with Giller Prize-Winning Author Sean Michaels
We spoke to Giller Prize-winning author Sean Michaels about finding English speakers in the backwoods of Russia, driving around Magadan listening to A Tribe Called Quest, and the weird world of theremin enthusiasts.
Should Getting Beaten Up Because You’re a ‘Freak with Horns’ Be Considered a Hate Crime?
Attacks that occur because of a victim's religion, race, or sexual orientation are considered hate crimes, but does an attack for having body modifications count as the same thing? We talked to an expert to find out.
These Canadian-Based Forensic Anthropology Students are Learning How to Bring Closure to Guatemalan Genocide Victims
We interviewed Cristian Silva Zuniga, the Director of Operations of a Canadian-based multidisciplinary field school that takes forensic anthropologists to Guatemala to find out how to assist the local population in the aftermath of a genocide.
Homegrown Terror in Canada Is Nothing New
Following the brazen attack on two soldiers in Quebec on Monday, and the murder of a soldier at Parliament Hill on Wednesday, the international reaction was disbelief. To anyone following national security in this country, these attacks are no surprise.