Alberta

8.13.18

We Asked Flat Earthers What the Dumbest Conspiracy Is

“I don't think any conspiracy theory is stupid.”

12.8.17

We Asked People for Their Wildest Hitchhiking Stories

Sticking your thumb out is the original IRL Chatroulette.

11.8.17

That Viral 'Five People Naked in a Car' Story Was Actually an Alleged Kidnapping

Alberta police say two adults, plus a baby, were the victims in the disturbing, but very strange, incident.

5.12.17

My Friend Killed Five People in My Home But I Won’t Call Him a Monster

Matthew de Grood became known as a mass murderer who killed five of our friends, but I know we failed him too.

5.11.17

How the Man Who Committed One of Canada’s Most Gruesome Murders Was Caught

How and why Douglas Garland murdered and tortured a former business partner, his wife and their five-year-old grandson.

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2.1.17

The Weed Patch: Could Pot Save Alberta’s Economy?

Inquiring minds *bong rip* need to know.

10.27.16

Suspected Drug Supplier Charged with Manslaughter in Fentanyl Death

It's the first time police in Edmonton, Canada have charged someone with the offence in an overdose case.

10.11.16

How Chop Suey and Ginger Beef Helped Canada Discover Itself

Looking at Canadian Chinese food through the lens of photography, literature, and cooking.

9.17.16

What Cons Are Like When You're a Famous Cosplayer

Andy Rae told us about her weirdest convention stories, dealing with internet haters, and her take on the Cosplay Is Not Consent campaign.

9.6.16

How a Hungover Oil Worker Saved a Fish and Chip Shop with Social Media

Once in awhile, spontaneous kindness emerges out of the bowels of the Internet hate machine and saves a dying neighbourhood restaurant.

9.4.16

Things I Learned as a Naked Carny

When you make your living stripping as part of a traveling freak show, you quickly acquire a set of questionable life skills.

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