Think prison forces an end to drug addiction? Think again
18 per cent of Canada's federal prison population are in jail because of drug-related offences. But that number is only a hint at all the ways drug crime, addiction and trade intersect behind prison walls in Canada.
Violent misogyny found in 'incel' is a form of terrorism, says author
What is an 'incel,' and what do the subculture's links to Monday's van attack in Toronto tell us about the violence that can come from the objectification of women?
How Vancouver DJ Critical Hype made one of the most talked about mixtapes of the year
His Kendrick Lamar and Dr. Dre mashup, The DAMN. Chronic, has more than 4 million streams.
What three years of Airbnb living taught this traveler about the nature of neighbours
Is India's gender imbalance to blame for rise in violence against women?
Schoolhouse Rock musician and jazz vocalist Bob Dorough dies at 94
Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon are manipulating our lives and threatening our democracy
Disabled Canadian fought deportation from U.K. after 4 decades
Can urban planning protect our streets from vehicle attacks?
Meet Snowguard: Marvel Comics' new Inuk teen superhero
Where is the pharmacare debate heading?
Hank Azaria says stepping away from voicing Apu 'feels like the right thing to do'
Friend describes how man hailed as Waffle House hero wrested AR-15 from gunman
Officer's cool head may have helped rule out terrorism in Toronto van attack
Deep-diving 'sea nomads' have evolved an internal scuba tank
Uber and others are bringing 'dockless' bike-sharing to North America
How a hunger for a wider world led Kate Harris to cycle the Silk Road
Music streaming revenues skyrocket, officially becoming the biggest money maker for artists
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