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News

Gas Companies Are Neighbours from Hell in This Rural Vancouver, BC Community

Farmington residents say tremors from nearby fracking feel like a truck crashing into your house at 60 km/h.
Christopher Pollon
11.22.18
Features

Dive Into a Musical Opium Den With Wolfgang Voigt's New GAS Album

We sat down with the master of minimalism to blow the fog out of his ambient techno forest for a moment.
Thomas Vorreyer
4.28.17
Features

GAS’ First Album in 17 Years Finds Emotion in Foggy Sounds

Wolfgang Voigt’s return to his most loved moniker picks up the frigid formula that made the early records so great.
Gabriel Szatan
4.26.17
News

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Protestors dominate white supremacist event at Texas A&M, investigators suspect a refrigerator may have caused the Oakland fire, Michael Flynn's son forced out of Trump transition team, and more.
VICE Staff
12.7.16
News

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Putin apparently wants Microsoft out of Russia, a US gas price hike is expected after a deadly pipeline explosion in Alabama, Assad plans to rule Syria until at least 2021, and more.
VICE Staff
11.2.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

This Bike Lock Is Supposed to Make Thieves Puke if They Cut It

Cyclists may soon start waging chemical warfare on thieves.
Mike Pearl
10.21.16
How Scared Should I Be?

What Are Whip Its? The Side Effects and Dangers of Doing Them

Whip Its, also known as “whippits” and "whippets," can put you to sleep, take away pain, and get you high. But here’s what happens when they go wrong.
VICE Staff
Mike Pearl
8.26.16
Stuff

Inside America's Elite Hacking Force Tonight on VICELAND

On the season finale of 'CYBERWAR,' we investigate how far the NSA's surveillance program, TAO, goes, and how they determine who their targets are.
VICE Staff
8.23.16
Art

Surreal Photos of a Rainforest Filled with Gas Stations

Iconic Warhol-nurtured photographer David LaChapelle finds inspiration in American legend Edward Hopper.
Diana Shi
7.31.16
News

When Oil Boomtowns Go Bust

Fracking and other new technologies resulting in a lot of towns becoming suddenly wealthy, but as oil and gas prices fell, those industries suddenly dried up.
Peter Moskowitz
7.3.16
Vice Blog

The Most Embarrassing Thing That Ever Happened to Me At School

The classroom is nothing but a petri dish of humiliation and shame.
VICE Staff
6.15.16
News

Albertans Are the Only Canadians Who Think Oil Is More Important Than Water, Says Survey

Not surprisingly, Calgary and Montreal have very different answers to the question, "What is our most important natural resource?"
Sarah Berman
5.22.16
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