Police Violently Raided a Black Montrealer's Party at Gunpoint by Mistake, Man Alleges
Taylor Zamor says he was slammed to the ground after cops barged into his apartment during a Super Bowl party, claiming they were searching for two Black men accused of a stabbing.
Sex Worker Killed After Paroled Murderer Allowed to Satisfy 'Sexual Needs'
Canada is investigating the conditions that led to the man’s parole, but an advocate says decriminalization of sex work is the only way to keep sex workers safe.
Harry Potter Fans Angry Over $50 'Scam' Event That Was More of a Low-Budget Kids Party
With a lot of dry erase boards, chopsticks for "wands," and no Butterbeer in sight, the event was essentially a Fyre Festival for muggles.
Why This Director Focused on Casting Facially Different People
Montreal filmmaker Alexandre Franchi explores the world of the facially different—along with a cast requiring no makeup—in his new film 'Happy Face.'
Shad and Kaytranada Question Peace On Cool-Spirited "The Fool Pt. 3 (Frame of Mind)"
The evolving Toronto artist premieres his new single and talks upcoming album 'A Short Story About A War' and the city's current political climate.