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Drugs

Students in Ontario Are Using Drugs Less—Except Fentanyl

Apparently opioids are more popular than cigarettes in Ontario high schools.
Allison Tierney
12.15.17
Opioid Crisis

Canada is prescribing heroin to treat opioid addiction

But barriers are still in the way of expanding this controversial treatment option.
Rachel Browne
3.15.17
News

Can Weed Make You a Better Driver? An Expert Debunks the Myth

If you go back 40 to 50 years, people thought, "I'm only going to have a drink or two because it relaxes me, so I'm a safer driver, a calmer driver."
Jake Kivanc
12.7.16
News

Stoned Drivers Now Face the Same Penalties as Drunk Drivers in Ontario

But there's still no reliable way to "breathalyze" weed smokers.
Sarah Berman
10.2.16
Health

Weed Addiction Might Be Real

We spoke to an addictions doctor who treats "cannabis use disorder."
Manisha Krishnan
8.19.16
Stuff

We Talked to A Doctor Who Chemically Castrates Pedophiles

Killing a convicted pedophile's sex drive can reduce their risk of reoffending.
Manisha Krishnan
5.3.16
News

How High is Too High To Drive?

More young Canadians are driving stoned than drunk but research is limited on how dangerous it really is.
Manisha Krishnan
4.4.16
News

The Problems with Access to Sex Reassignment Healthcare in Ontario

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto is only place that can approve the surgery. Now, after immense criticism, its clinic head tells VICE the "whole process" needs to change.
Jake Kivanc
6.4.15
Stuff

We Tracked Down Zanta

Zanta is a Toronto cultural legend, known for shirtless, furious knuckle-pushups that he once performed all over the city—while wearing a Santa hat, and smoking. Until he was banned from the downtown core . We caught up wtih him to discuss the legend...
Angela Hennessy
2.3.14