Alberta

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Daily VICE
2:42

What I Learned at Canada's First Flat Earth Conference

VICE's Mack Lamoureux tells us about his experience at Canada's first official gathering of Flat Earthers and why he decided not to argue with people there about the shape of the world.
Fort Mac: After the Fire
6:25

Ruth the Artist

Ruth, originally from Newfoundland, has lost her home to the fire and is trying to make sense of her loss by incorporating the charred remains from her home into her art.
Fort Mac: After the Fire
5:36

James the Delivery Guy

James is the bearded, tattooed, delivery guy who has the appearance and scars of a man who’s lived a hard life. He runs a lucrative delivery business keeping Fort Mac inhabitants well-stocked with whatever they need.
Fort Mac: After the Fire
6:30

Phil the Cook

Phil is trying to figure out what his life is going to look like but he’s been dealt a bad hand. He lives at home and supports his family with his line cook wages, while suffering from what he thinks is PTSD from the traumatic evacuation.
Fort Mac: After the Fire
4:24

Muse the Filmmaker

Muse wants to be a filmmaker. He hasn’t lost a home in the fire but he’s looking to understand the losses of his friends and neighbours by making a documentary about the consequences of the fire.
VICE Canada Reports
52:08

Fentanyl: The Drug Deadlier Than Heroin

Meet the young drug users falling victim to Fentanyl.
Daily VICE
2:18

'Opiate Addiction Is Like a Full-Time Job': First Look at New Fentanyl Doc, 'DOPESICK'

In a new VICE documentary, we meet the young people on the frontlines of the fentanyl crisis in Western Canada.
Daily VICE
1:30

Oil Sands Capital Abandoned Amid Devastating Wildfires

Nearly 90,000 people have fled their homes in Fort McMurray, Alberta as wildfires engulf large parts of the city.
VICE News Specials
9:31

Alberta's Boom Time Hangover

Canada sells 99% of its number one export—oil—to the United States. Does that make good business sense?
Toxic
35:41

Canada's Toxic Chemical Valley

We travel to the oil sands of Canada to investigate the impact of digging for this previously unobtainable oil.