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Usually known as an un-fun city, Ottawa has become a haven for the undead. Ghouls and zombies are becoming a regular sight in the Nation’s Capital as Ottawa's horror film scene continues to grow.
There’s a growing trend of live action role-play and other alternative reality groups in Ottawa and across Canada. Players unite to become characters in Fallen Kingdom, Ottawa By Night, and Steampunk Empire. Capital News Online explores.
As rising oil prices impact Canada’s economy there are talks of creating a National Energy Strategy once again. But compared to the National Energy Program from 1980, the push this time is not coming from Ottawa – Western provinces and the private sector are taking the lead in the talks.
Canada's traditional maple syrup industry depends on the cold. That means global warming could impact breakfast tables across the country.
Bigorexia, commonly known as "muscular dysmorphia", is affecting more and more men. They're exercising and eating excessively to transform into their ideal male bodies. Capital News Online explores the growing problem of bigorexia disorder.
The war may be over, but the personal battles with post-traumatic stress disorder endure. As growing numbers of Canadian soldiers combat post-war trauma the federal government struggles to keep up with the growing demand. Capital News Online explores what veterans are doing to undo the damage.
A vintage law from the prohibition era still affects Canada’s modern wine industry. A Tory MP private member’s bill aims to change the law and make it legal for local wines to cross interprovincial borders.
Transgendered people often find themselves in a grey area when it comes to their rights. Many face discrimination when it comes to healthcare, housing and employment. Capital News Online explores the political, medical, legal and social challenges of trans-forming.