Finally, We Know How Much Weed and Coke Is in Your City's Pee
A new Stats Can study looked at five major Canadian cities to tell us how much cannabis, cocaine, meth and opioids we've used post-legalization.
Police Are Feeding Celebrity Photos into Facial Recognition Software to Solve Crimes
Law enforcement agencies are using facial recognition systems with little to no rules, found a new study by the Georgetown Law Center on Privacy and Technology.
There Is Such a Thing as Too Much Coffee, Scientists Say
Jittery? Anxious? Heart pounding out of your chest? If you're downing half a dozen cups a day, you're doing it wrong.
Most Free Office Food Is Full of "Empty Calories"
Sure, it tastes delicious. But pizza, bagels, and donuts are not the cornerstones of a nutritious diet, and that's mostly what you get at work—especially when the grub is free—according to a new study.
Vancouver Is the Second-Least Affordable Place to Live on the Planet, Study Says
Toronto is only the 11th most expensive place to live according to urban planning company demographia.
The more drugmakers wowed doctors with gifts and lunches, the more people died of drug overdoses, study shows
"Our findings suggest that direct-to-physician opioid marketing may counter current national efforts to reduce the number of opioids prescribed."
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Millennials Aren't 'Killing' Industries, We're Just Broke, Study Finds
According to the Federal Reserve, "Millennials are less well off than members of earlier generations when they were young."
People In Cold Places Drink More, Study Finds
Alcohol, better than a parka.
You Need to Listen to 'Synthwave,' the Chillest Beats On YouTube
How the genre mined 80s nostalgia and modern dystopia to become a giant on YouTube.
Your Boss Is More Likely to Be Stoned at Work Than You
Nearly one in five Canadian managers say they’ll likely smoke up before work, according to a new poll.
Scientists Gave MDMA to Octopuses and They Started Hugging
Omg keep touching my tentacle.
The Nice Guide to Right Now
Goats Like to See Us Smile, According to Science
Maybe they're not just after our shrubbery.