Tag: academic freedom
What would happen if Canada treated climate crisis like war
A future government could start new Crown corporations, sell climate bonds, or even conscript young people to plant a billion trees.
‘Slave’ to NXIVM ‘sex cult’ leader pleads guilty to racketeering
A woman accused of recruiting her best friend into a secret woman-branding “slave” group has pleaded guilty to one count of racketeering, and one count of racketeering conspiracy.
The alleged plot to put NXIVM’s critics in Mexican prison
The FBI is continuing an investigation into a self-help group accused of sex trafficking, racketeering and other crimes.
What happened when Vancouver’s party scene named alleged rapists
One DJ killed himself as the ‘rapist roll call’ list went public.
Why I joined a secret society that branded me
A former member of a Nxivm women’s group responds to those who called her blind and stupid for submitting to mutilation.
The money laundering scam that turns drug cash into real estate
We talked to the investigative reporter who uncovered massive problems with organized crime in British Columbia casinos.