These Airlines Remain Confident in 737 MAX 8, Despite Two Deadly Crashes
Three airlines in Canada are running the Boeing plane, which has crashed twice in five months, killing 346 people in total.
Mike Smith of 'Trailer Park Boys' accused of sexual assault
A VICE News investigation found a woman reported Smith to police in 2005. Smith denies the allegations and no charges were filed.
The Canadian Politician Who Killed the Tampon Tax Wants to Make Birth Control Free
Member of Parliament Irene Mathyssen is setting her sights on the high cost of birth control after removing the federal tax on tampons last year.
Canada's Police Force Pledges $75 Million in Compensation for Women Abused in Its Ranks
"We failed you," admits RCMP commissioner Bob Paulson.
This $8 Billion 'Clean' Energy Dam Could Poison Locals with Methylmercury, Scientists Say
And the Newfoundland government has no plans to stop it.
One Hundred Indigenous Nations in US and Canada Join Forces in Opposition of Pipeline Expansion
Standing Rock's Sioux Tribe, the Union of BC Chiefs, and many more Indigenous leaders signed a treaty to prevent expansion of the tar sands.
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How One Artist Ended Up Stranded on a Bankrupt Company’s Cargo Ship
As the boat circles 25 miles off the coast of Japan, 25-year-old Rebecca Moss is documenting the global shipping crisis on Instagram.
Canada's Border Agency Isn't Saying Much About Its 15 Employees Accused of Sexual Assault
Exclusive: The CBSA won't say why it still employs five people accused of sexual assault.
VICE Canada Reports
Canada's Waterless Communities: Neskantaga
In this episode, VICE heads to the remote Neskantaga First Nation in Northern Ontario where after 20 years under a boil water advisory, they have slipped down the federal government's priority list for safe drinking water from four to 19.
VICE Canada Reports
Canada's Waterless Communities: Shoal Lake 40
Canada has the world's second-largest supply of fresh water, but 169 First Nation communities have limited or no access to it.
On Winnipeg’s Red River with the Searchers Looking for Their Missing Relatives
Nine bodies have been found in the river in the last year, and the Drag the Red volunteers are doing what police won't—actually searching below the murky water.
Drag the Red: Meet the Volunteers Searching for Bodies in Winnipeg's Red River
VICE embedded with the crew of searchers checking the banks of the river for fresh bodies and with a boat crew who use fish hooks to search the river for bodies that may have sunk to the bottom.