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Drugs

The Church Where It’s Legal to Use Ayahuasca

Owen James, founder of Ceu de Toronto, is expecting new members to flock to the church after it received an exemption from Health Canada to use the hallucinogenic drug.
Hilary Beaumont
2 days ago
Food

Quebec Cattle Farmers Want Beyond Meat to Stop Calling Its Products ‘Meat’

One expert said that the popular California-based brand’s advertising is a case of “food appropriation.”
Anne Gaviola
3 days ago
crime

Quebec Police Set Up Special Task Force to Deal With Latest Mob War

Experts say power struggles within the Sicilian Mafia and against rival factions like the Calabrian Ndrangheta are likely to end with more violence and police can do little to stop it.
Nick Rose
3 days ago
Canada

Almost 1,000 Canadians Reported Seeing UFOs Last Year

One of Canada’s top UFOlogists breaks down all the times Canucks saw unidentified flying objects in 2018.
Mack Lamoureux
3 days ago
Sports

How Canadians Can Respond to Milwaukee’s Drake Ban

After a radio station banned the Toronto Raptors fan, there’s only one thing patriotic Canadians can do: retaliate.
VICE Canada
4 days ago
News

Man Left Homeless After Getting Kicked Out of Apartment for Smoking Medical Weed

A 57-year-old Nova Scotia man who uses a wheelchair spent a rainy night outside of his building, with a garbage bag over his head.
Sarah Krichel
4 days ago
News

YouTube Pulls Canadian Anti-Islam Vlogger Following Record Defamation Lawsuit Loss

Kevin J. Johnston conducted a vile campaign against Toronto restaurateur Mohamad Fakih on Facebook and YouTube.
Mack Lamoureux
5.14.19
News

An 'Uncomfortable' Politician Helped Kill Free Tampons In a Canadian City

The city of Hamilton, which has its first upcoming Menstrual Hygiene Day, voted against a proposal looking at providing free menstrual products.
Sarah Krichel
5.14.19
environment

Greenpeace Slams Tim Hortons' New Recyclable Coffee Lids

Environmental group says another single-use plastic is not a solution, Canada's largest coffee chain will remain huge corporate polluter.
Anne Gaviola
5.14.19
News

Someone Flew a Nazi Flag, So an Indigenous Man Burned It

The incident was filmed in Saskatchewan last week and speaks to the brazenness many on the far right have right now, experts say.
Mack Lamoureux
5.13.19
News

Toronto Wolfpack to Be First Pro Sports Team to Launch a Line of Cannabis Products

The team will be selling Rugby Strength, a CBD topical being branded as a way to manage pain, through a new subsidiary called HowlBrands.
Manisha Krishnan
5.12.19
News

Only One Major Ontario City Refuses to Let Police Carry Life-Saving Naloxone

Windsor Police Chief Al Frederick refuses to let his officers carry the drug, despite the pleas of the local police association.
Nick Dunne
5.10.19
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