The Strange Twists of a High-Profile Quebec Hate Speech Arrest
The tweets that got a Montreal man arrested and charged for inciting hate may have been misinterpreted.
How Canada’s Immigration Laws Make Migrant Sex Workers’ Jobs More Dangerous
Ban on migrant sex work has led to persecution and deportation, advocacy group says.
How to Print £190 Million in Fake Money and (Mostly) Get Away With It
Over Goldschlager, the world's self-dubbed best counterfeiter tells us how he got caught, but is still a free man.
These Bikers Want to Help Kids Confront Their Abusers
From offering mood-boosting bike rides to showing up to legal proceedings, the Montreal chapter of Bikers Against Child Abuse step in to support victims of mental, physical, or sexual abuse.
Canada's ‘Bling Ring’ Thief Lands Jail Time and a Modeling Contract
A judge's ruling says Stephanie Beaudoin's not allowed to capitalise on her 'sexy thief' persona, which poses certain challenges for her budding modelling career.
Joseph Elfassi and Brigitte Noël
We Spoke to the Guy Who Helped Shed Light on the Shady Dealings of Quebec's Construction Industry
Lino Zambito believes the problem is prevalent throughout Canada, and says other local governments should probe the construction companies in their areas.
'Do I Matter Now' Movement Unites Indigenous and Muslim Women Against Stephen Harper
Indigenous women wear niqabs to direct Harper's attention to Indigenous issues and show solidarity with Muslim women in Canada.
Brigitte Noël and Jean-Pierre Bastien
Beautiful Portraits of Trans People
We spoke to Montreal photographer Yannick Fornacciari about his latest series.
The Dark Aftermath of the Most Famous First Nations Protest in Canadian History
During the Oka Crisis, Mohawk warriors faced off against the Canadian army. The conflict made headlines across the country – and a generation on the Kanesatake reserve.
Court Says Strap-Ons, Other Sex Toys Not ‘Health Products,’ Forcing Montreal’s Largest Sex Shop to Close Early
Owner Claude Perron suffered a serious setback in his fight for the right to sell sexy products after 5 PM on weekends.
How FEMEN Quebec's Topless Stunt Happened and What it Means for North America’s Only Sextremist Group
VICE was granted insider access to the group's planning and execution of a topless protest at Canada's National Assembly against a law that could restrict abortion access in the country.
Brigitte Noël and Sofi Langis
FEMEN: Sextremism in Canada
An inside look at the notorious activist organisation's only North American branch.