Attending the ‘World’s Biggest UFO Conference’ Showed Me It's a Golden Age for Believers
We spoke to attendees of ‘Contact in the Desert’ about the U.S. military’s recent acknowledgment that UFOs are maybe a thing.
Inside a Brutal Night of Amateur Wrestling
We spoke to the spandex gladiators about the past, present, and future of wrestling in Quebec.
Iliana Regan's Current Drugs of Choice Are Making Exquisite Food and Listening to Podcasts About Cults
The Michelin-starred chef of Elizabeth and Kitsune sat down with us to talk about sobriety, sexuality, and serial killers.
What Is Nothing?
We asked a physicist and a philosopher to explain nothing, and it's really something.
John Bil's Posthumously Released Cookbook Will Change Your Relationship with Seafood
The book by Canada's much-loved seafood fixer will give you a deep reverence for seafood as well as the humans who fish, harvest, and process it responsibly.
Drew Michael on Making the 'Most Polarizing' Stand-Up Special of the Year
Michael, a former 'SNL' writer, recorded a special without an audience or much consideration for the conventions of stand-up.
The Story of Canada’s Infamous Helicopter-Hijacking Bank Robber
Rory Shayne was born to do three things: rob banks, escape prison, and cause chaos wherever he went. He also tried to kill a judge with a gun he hid in his rectum.
Maple Leaf Cookies
I Ate a Canadian Tasting Menu for Astronauts and It Was More Swanson Than ‘Jetsons’
The menu for astronaut David Saint-Jacques's mission into space included maple leaf cookies and a whole lot of fish.
Electrocuting Eggs Will Get Rid of Their Fart Smell
Japanese researchers found that treating an egg with electricity will get rid of any noxious odor (and make the egg white softer).
Hip-Hop, Hummus, and Political Activism Come Together in Montreal’s 'Little Palestine'
We spent the day with rapper, professor, and activist Narcy to discuss hip-hop, politics, and how food brings everything—and everyone—together.
Upscale London Restaurant Implements 'Surge Pricing'
Wanna dine at prime time? It's gonna cost ya.
Switzerland Has Made It Illegal to Boil Lobsters Alive
As of March 1, lobsters will have to be 'stunned' before being cooked.