Working for Johnny Cash Was a Nightmare
The untold story of Saul Holiff, Cash’s Canadian manager, who had to deal with the singer at the height of his addiction problems.
With a Broken Jaw and No Shoes, She Fled an Attacker Into the Canadian Wilderness — And Survived
The woman survived 12 days in the vast Albertan wilderness eating berries and following a bear. She spoke out for the first time in an interview with VICE News.
Protesters Vow to Stay Put at Controversial Canadian Dam After Court Rules Against Them
Once built, BC Hydro’s Site C dam will flood an estimated 13,600 acres of fertile farmland, old growth forest, fish habitat, First Nations territory and archaeological sites to replace a portion of the Peace River with a reservoir.
A Canadian Town Claims Companies Committed Fraud to Put a Toxic Dump Site Near Their Water Source
Shawnigan Lake is asking the British Columbia Supreme Court to overturn an environmental permit that allows 100,000 tons of waste a year to be dumped near the town's water supply.
Inside the Claustrophobic Underground Caves Where the New Species of Ancient Human Was Discovered
Dr. Marina Elliott is pretty much a real-life Lara Croft, squeezing through a tiny entrance into an underground cave in South Africa to discover the new human ancestor.
Canada’s Controversial Grizzly Bear Hunting Season Has Just Begun
About 300 grizzlies are hunted and killed every year in British Columbia, but activists say the culling is unnecessary and unethical.
The Hacker Community Talks About the Anonymous Activist Killed by Canadian Cops
James Daniel McIntyre was a "sweet guy" who hacked credit cards and gave the money to charity, according to those who knew him.