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Sarnia Doctor Charged With Sex Crime After Woman’s Weeks-Long Protest

A former patient held a sign saying she was molested by Dr. Kunwar Raj Singh, a pediatrician, when she was 15.
Colin Graf
12.7.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Canada Pissed It’s Footing Bill for Rescuing Hundreds of Drunk Americans

The "over-refreshed" Americans accidentally crossed the border illegally en masse when high winds blew their river party into Canada.
Allison Tierney
8.24.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

1,500 Americans Partying on a Michigan River Accidentally Ended Up in Canada

And you thought that summer rager you went to got out of control.
Allison Tierney
8.22.16
News

Protesters Keep Shutting Down the Line 9 Oil Pipeline

The most recent potentially dangerous act of shutting off and chaining themselves to the valve was done in the name of Indigenous land claims.
David Gray-Donald
12.21.15
News

Canadian Activists Show There’s a Very Easy (But Dangerous) Way to Shut Down Pipelines

Earlier this month, activists shut down Enbridge's controversial Line 9 not long after it was reversed to flow east to Montreal.
David Gray-Donald
12.17.15
News

A Canadian with an Intellectual Disability Is Fighting His 46-Cents-an-Hour Wage

"I can't start my car for that, so how is he expected to make a life that way?" his mother says.
Colin Graf
11.5.15
HEROIN

Sarnia, Ontario Attempting to Patch Up its Deadly Fentanyl Problem

The small 'Chemical Valley' city has a Fentanyl death rate that is four times the provincial average.
Colin Graf
7.29.15
Stuff

VICE Canada’s Worst Summer Jobs

From garbage juice to slaughterhouse kill room blood, we've had some pretty disgusting jobs to pay for those good summer times.
VICE Staff
7.10.15
News

This Ontario First Nation Is Taking Its Fight for Pollution Data to the People

Aamjiwnaang Water Project is a crowdfunded campaign to pay for independent water and sediment tests.
Tannara Yelland
6.25.15
News

Enbridge Bailed On Its Own Open House in Aamjiwnaang

But they still gave out some environmental Starter Emergency Kits that are really only useful if you get lost in the woods.
Michael Toledano
1.27.15
News

Ontario Is Re-examining the Law that Allows Doctors to Practice After Sexually Assaulting Their Patients

The regulations concerning Ontario doctors and sexual misconduct are vague and have allowed many doctors accused of wrongdoing to continue seeing patients. Finally, something might be done about that.
Emma Paling
1.14.15
News

Ontario Community Groups Are Still Fighting Suncor Over Wind Turbines

Sarnia's contentious debate about the safety of wind turbines has a new wildcard: bigwig human rights lawyer Julian Falconer. Now he's challenging all three political parties to step in and stop Suncor's plans to build 46 new wind turbines in the area...
Colin Graf
5.6.14
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