It’s been a cold, dark winter in British Columbia.
A wave of studies say psychedelics can treat depression, end-of-life anxiety, addiction and more. So we asked experts when we'll legally be able to grow medicinal shrooms at home.
After involuntary mental health treatment many patients feel afraid to seek more help. A constitutional challenge could change the way patients consent to treatment in British Columbia.
With some Canadian polygamists on trial, we spoke to a woman who left the church but fought to keep her family together.
"I just want to pee, wash my hands, check if I have food in my teeth, and leave without being harassed."
"It's been chaos and constant putting out fires, not only in our building of 90 residents, but on the streets, in the alleys."
We chat with comic book pornographers Robin Bougie and Maxine Frank about women-driven stories, oversharing fans and what bodies actually look like.
Ralph Goodale, the country's Public Safety Minister, called it a "ludicrous situation" and says he's going to bring it up in future bilateral discussions.
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.