What It’s Like Being in a Sex Club in Canada’s North
Welcome to Yellowknife, where everyone knows your kink.
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Man Arrested For Smuggling Cocaine In Timbits Box
This is a very Canadian story.
Here’s How the Provinces Are Preparing for Weed Legalization
Justin Trudeau is leaving a lot of the hard work of legal weed to the provinces. So we asked what they will do.
A Northern Politician Confessed, Then Pleaded Not Guilty, to a Drunk Driving Charge
Hay River Councillor Keith Dohey has officially been acquitted of a crime for which he pledged to take "full responsibility."
How a Convicted Abuser Got Re-elected and Defended a NWT Anti-Violence Program
'A New Day' counselling, which focuses on healing intergenerational trauma in men, could see all of its funding cut December 31. Twice-convicted of assault, Deh Cho MLA and residential school survivor Michael Nadli knows the program first-hand.
Canada’s Last Reindeer Herder Is Quitting and Replacing Him Is Almost Impossible
As Indigenous reindeer herders die out, filling their shoes will be increasingly difficult, putting Canada's Inuit people at risk.
Northwest Territories Police Took a 13-Year-Old Sexual Assault Victim to Jail
In ruling, judge says girl wasn't taken to hospital or offered any support.
We Went to a Rave in a Giant Snow Castle in Canada’s Far North
There was an ice slide.
One Day in a Northwest Territories Court Tells You Everything You Need to Know About a Broken System
We spent an entire day in Yellowknife's Courtroom 2, where facing charges for alcohol-fueled violence and stealing $300 worth of meat are the least of the problems.
This Sunday, VICE on City Presents: Shroom Boom (or Bust)
VICE host Adam Gollner heads on a road trip to the remote wilderness of Canada's Northwest Territories to meet the international characters who have dropped everything to try and strike it rich picking the mysterious morel mushroom—an ingredient...
Two Inmates Overdosed at a Yellowknife Prison But Authorities Don’t Know on What
The prison, which houses around 150 federal and provincial offenders, doesn't have a history of overdoses.
NWT Cable Company Outs Names of Customers With Overdue Bills Over Facebook
The company argues it is both legal and an effective strategy in collecting unpaid money.