Don Weir tells us what it's like to scrape brain matter off the walls.
What it's like chasing animals away from airports with birds of prey and, occasionally, fireworks.
Cuddle parties are so 2010; welcome to the world of affection capitalism.
We talked to a professional line sitter about 48-hour waits, bathroom breaks, and making a business out of boredom.
We visited the Alberta badlands to join University of Calgary palaeontologist Dr. Daria Zelenitsky on a dig for dinosaur bones.
We sent a reporter to cover the Calgary Stampede, and the way the animals were treated left a bad taste in his mouth.
After decades of being one of the only African American athletes at rodeos, Fred Whitfield has seen the type crazy cowboy shit you can't make up. We talked to him about rodeo racism, bar room brawls, and cocaine.
We rode along with the Calgary police from 4 PM to 4 AM on a Saturday night during the Calgary Stampede.
We visited the SSA-S base in the Shan State mountains, drank rice wine, and talked about war.