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Weed Edibles Are Legal in Canada Today, Baby!

But you can’t buy them yet.


My Community Is Warming Three Times Faster Than the Rest of the World

Wildfires, mudslides, and an influx of wolves: Paul Josie from Old Crow, Yukon, on what it's like living in a place that has declared a climate emergency.


Did Canada Just Admit UFOs Are Real With a New Coin?

A UFO reportedly crashed near a small Canadian fishing village in the 1960s. Now, the Shag Harbour incident is being commemorated by the Royal Canadian Mint.


'Degrassi' and Its Gloriously Awkward Drama Are Finally on a Streaming Service

Prepare to binge-watch everything from Jimmy's fledgling rap career to Manny's iconic bedazzled thong.


Canada Says Its Spy Screwed Us

CYBER tells the story of a spy caught selling secrets to a shady cellphone company connected to cartels.


The Best Late-Night Jokes About Justin Trudeau's Blackface Scandal

“He’s not dressed as Aladdin, he’s dressed as Aladdin doing blackface,” Trevor Noah said of Justin Trudeau’s makeup color choice.


Some Questions for Justin Trudeau, Canada's Prime Minister Who Loves Brownface (and Blackface)

Justin Trudeau wants Canadians to forgive his racism—but he hasn't explained why we should.


There’s a Third Incident of Justin Trudeau in Racist Makeup

The prime minister, running for reelection, is facing calls for his resignation.


How I Dealt With White Cops Spouting the N-Word at Work

As a Black man in the Halifax Police Department, author Calvin Lawrence writes about how he had to choose battles wisely.


More People Are Falling Through the Arctic's Melting Ice Never to Be Seen Again

Five people in Alaska alone have slipped through the ice this year, spurring hunters to ditch snowmobiles for dog sleds.


Residents of a Siberian Town With Black Snow Are Pleading for Asylum in Canada

Residents of Kiselyovsk, the heart of Russia's coal-mining industry, are asking Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to accept them as environmental refugees. But they don't stand a chance.


A Week After Hurricane Dorian, We Still Don't Know How Many People Are Missing in the Bahamas

The storm has left 70,000 people homeless, and locals say the government response has been "ridiculous."