Feds call for ‘voluntary pause’ of North Dakota pipeline construction because of Sioux Tribe objections
The 1,168-mile-long crude oil pipeline is slated to cross four states will skirt the Standing Rock's reservation and burrow under the Missouri River.
How a Promising Kickstarter Campaign Devolved into Embezzlement Allegations
Peachy Printer was going to create a 3D printer, until one of the founders allegedly used part of the crowdfunded money to build his own house.
What It Was Like Being a Test Subject in One of the Earliest LSD Experiments
Doctors and nurses in the province used to be tripping out all the time. Now years later, LSD as medicine could be back.
Canadian Cops Make Good on Promise to Crack Down on Pot, Raid Medical Dispensary
The owner of the dispensary spoke to VICE, saying he's worried the charges will stick before the Trudeau government can legalize.
On Campus with Saskatchewan’s Two-Spirit, Gay, Cree, Transgender Student Union President
Jack Saddleback represents a lot of different identities that many students—especially those coming from small towns or other countries—have never come across before.
Two Kids Died in a House Fire on a First Nations Reserve as Canadian Firefighters Stayed Put Over an Unpaid Bill
The deaths of two kids over an unpaid bill highlights the horrible state of fire prevention on Canada's reserves.