Sarah is an editor and reporter based in Vancouver covering crime, drugs, cults, politics and culture. She's currently working on a book with Penguin Canada about a secretive self-help group accused of sex trafficking.
And apparently the competition is heating up.
We talked to Kanahus Manuel about raising her four "freedom babies" without money, medical coverage, or education controlled by the Canadian government, as well as her mission to bring back traditional midwifery.
A long read in the Canadian press digs into the religious, legal, and financial forces that led up to the Mormons' conviction.
We all want to know what she really thinks, and her Shrill book and tour delivers just that.
Facing mischief charges in a British Columbia court today, Brooklyn Fink shares her side of the story.
Nineteen-year-old Lawson Schalm was set to graduate high school in two months, but will likely have to rethink a career in fire and rescue.
It's a wild search-and-rescue dream that could become a reality as early as winter 2017.
Also, Canada doesn't collect data on hate crimes against trans people, which is troubling.
He hasn't been sued yet, but "creep catcher" ringleader Dawson Raymond is facing some serious backlash for posting videos of alleged child predators on social media.
For people living with eyeball tattoos, reactions can range from "cool contacts!" to being mistaken for the devil.
OK, death threats against an ex, possession of crystal meth, and breach of a court order helped earn this dude a 32-day sentence, but his rapping is mostly to blame.
Active in eight cities across Canada, these guys say they're exposing would-be predators. But police say they put people – and investigations – at risk.