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Canadian Forces have until July 2011 to leave Afghanistan, but much work remains to be done. Capital News Online explores the personal and political discourse around Canada’s exit strategy in a three-part documentary.
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.
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.
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?
The landmark Persons case forever changed the lives of Canadian women. Capital News Online reflects on the achievements of five Alberta trailblazers who took on the Government of Canada and won.
Public institutions are jumping on the “open data” bandwagon by providing free databases online – everything from bus schedules to voting results. And tech-savvy developers are taking this information to create websites and smartphone applications, which make the data even more accessible to the public. Capital News Online explores how open data is shaping our society now and into the future.
As we ditch the tie and switch on the smartphone, Capital News Online explores the changing culture of Canada's modern workforce.
Oxycontin can give a higher high than heroin and lasts longer. This prescription drug is growing in popularity on the streets and addicts are taking more extreme measures to find their next fix.