Inside the VR Simulation Where Sexual Assault Survivors Confront an Attacker
Researchers in Quebec say it’s the first virtual reality environment designed to help survivors.
Montreal’s Olympic Stadium is now a shelter for asylum-seekers
Hundreds of immigrants — many Haïtian — are seeking protection from Trump policies.
How Preppers from Around the World Are Gearing Up for Doomsday
The biggest fear-driven purchases driving up the global survivalist economy.
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 by police.
The Uncertain Future of Québec’s Most Beautiful Abandoned Mine
After a vote on Wednesday, Québec might blow up the mine with dynamite.
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 $250 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.
Cops in Montreal's 'morality squad' accused of sex misconduct and perjury
And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Montreal's cops have come under fire for how they have policed student protests, they have been caught in cruisers with "tipsy ladies" sitting on their laps, and have been tied to organized crime.
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.
The Performance Artist Protesting a Decades-Long War by Walking a Cabbage
This is one way to protest violence.
Before a Protest Turned Ugly, There Was a Vigil in Montreal for a Teen Killed by Cops
VICE was with the crowd Wednesday night that had gathered to decry the death of Jean-Pierre Bony, a 46-year-old Haitian-born Montrealer who passed away this week after being hit in the head by a rubber bullet during a drug raid.
We Spoke to Montreal’s Premiere Art Vandal About Her Naked Army
MissMe's latest work brings her iconic wheatpaste posters to life.