VICE presents an immersive and personal feature-length documentary about the fentanyl crisis in Canada told from the perspective of a social network of drug users.
It's allegedly been used as a chemical weapon and is an elephant tranquilizer—now, it's being spiked into heroin.
Matthew de Grood's defence is expected to argue he was not criminally responsible for the 2014 slayings.
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.
After Alexis Frulling became famous for having sex, getting a normal job in her hometown became impossible—so she's going on a tour of strip joints to pay the bills.
Despite the predictable backlash after her video was posted online, Alexis Frulling reminds us that women can do whatever the hell they want.
Airbnb makes it easy to rent your home out to total strangers, but how do you stop those total strangers from leaving their bodily fluids behind them?
Montreal's Braids talk writing their new album, finding inspiration through Alanis Morissette, and just recently discovering Drake was on Degrassi.
Drezus grew up selling drugs, was in a chart-topping rap group, almost died twice, and came back to rap about his heritage.
He's won just about everything there is to win.
This week: A woman allegedly attacked a baby because someone asked her to stop swearing.
Bonnie and Jason Devine have dealt with firebombs, home invasions and severe beatings for six years.