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After a decade of general decline in the number of murders, 2010 had the lowest homicide rate in over 40 years according to a Statistics Canada report released last month. Capital News Online takes a look at the people and the techniques behind homicide investigations.
» INFO GRAPHIC: Homicide rates
» VIDEO: Connecting the dots: Profiling techniques
» AUDIO: Serial killers: Inside murderous minds
Foreign flora and fauna are permeating Canada’s delicate ecosystems, wreaking havoc and changing Canadian landscapes forever. Capital News Online examines the ecological and economic price tag.
Voter turnout in recent elections continues a race to the bottom. Capital News Online explores the trend and what it means for politics in Canada.
In trying to imagine the perfect capital city, the National Capital Commission is crossing the country asking Canadians how they want Ottawa to look on Canada’s 200th birthday. But is this any way to build Shangri-La on the Rideau?
Every day, fraudsters try to trick Canadians into giving up their hard-earned money. With new methods of electronic payment and online commerce, the stakes are higher than ever. Capital News Online takes aim at scams.
Soccer has really scored in Canada. More and more Canadians are donning jerseys and cleats and heading to fields – indoor and out. FIFA has given Canada possession of the 2015 Women’s World Cup, which is sure to bring Canada’s most popular participation sport to centre field. Capital News Online kicks-off the story.
Unlike other western countries, Canada lacks cohesive national legislation on accessibility for people with disabilities. Ontario has new legislation and other provinces are joining in – with or without Ottawa.
The number of security cameras are on the rise in Canada and around the world. With technology improving and surveillance intensifying, people are caught on camera more and more. Capital News Online examines this trend and what it all means.