Federal Election 2015

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A Eulogy for Prime Minister Stephen Harper

The uncomfortable truth about the prime minister we loved to hate—it said more about us than him.
Justin Ling
10.27.15
News

We Asked Scientists About How Much Better Life Will Be with Stephen Harper Gone

VICE spoke with four top scientists to find out how the new government can go about improving science in Canada.
James Wilt
10.26.15
News

Here’s Why, as an Indigenous Person, I Voted For Trudeau, and Why I’m Still Worried

The thought of four more years of Harper was like an evil ghost climbing up my asshole and shaking me to the core.
Ryan McMahon
10.23.15
News

The NDP Should Quit Trying to Win and Get Back to Having Principles

The operative word here is "should," as opposed to "will."
Tannara Yelland
10.22.15
News

Justin Trudeau Is Definitely Not the Most Bae Canadian Leader

Does anyone really believe he's hotter than Harper?
Manisha Krishnan
10.21.15
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Famed Hacker Confused for Stephen Harper Trolls Twitter Users Into Arguing with Him

He's almost as aggravating as the real Stephen Harper.
Jake Kivanc
10.21.15
News

The Worst Winners and Losers of the Canadian Federal Election

Some of them won. Some of them lost. But they're all losers to us.
Jake Kivanc
10.20.15
News

The Definitive Explanation for Why You Voted in Justin Trudeau

It wasn't entirely about kicking out Stephen Harper, or even about weed.
Drew Brown
10.20.15
News

We Have Another Prime Minister Trudeau as Liberals Sweep into Power

And that's the end of Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Josh Visser
10.20.15
News

Why You Should Take a Selfie with Your Ballot, Even Though It’s Illegal

VICE Canada bears no responsibility if you get arrested.
Justin Ling
10.19.15
News

We Made A Drinking Game for Election Night

You've made it through three months of an election campaign—you* deserve a drink or ten. *Legal-age viewers only
VICE Staff
10.19.15
Photo

Canadian Photojournalists Have Been Plastering the Streets To Show How the Country Has Changed

Boreal Collective took to the streets of Toronto and Montreal, wheat-pasting large prints of some of the most striking images of what Canada has become and reclaiming the public space as a forum for discussion thanks to the participation of some of the...
Laurence Butet-Roch
10.19.15
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