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Do you know where your food comes from? In a move that is being welcomed by local Ontario farmers, a provincial bill is trying to bring more local food to your dinner table. Reporter Kelsey Johnson has the story.
Six young men and their guide began walking from their northern Quebec community in January to send a message of indigenous solidarity in defence of land and culture. Now, more than 200 people have joined them on their journey to Ottawa.
Canada has a strict policy against paying donors for their blood. Now two new business ventures from private companies may change this standard. Capital News Online reporter Angela Johnston gives us the story.
As apple growers prepare their crops for spring, some are taking advantage of a new government grant to help them adapt to the unpredictability of climate change.
Reporters Marijke Large and Nic Pollock stop by The Works in Barrhaven to see how their unique staff operates. A federal report seeks to make more businesses like this restaurant.
On this, the last day of Holocaust Education Month, we sit down with Dr. Truda Rosenberg as she shares her story of survival.
The video game industry is now worth tens of billions of dollars a year. Recent releases like Halo 4 and Call of Duty: Black Ops II were so exciting to fans that many waited hours for a chance to get their hands on a copy. CapNews ventured out to attend the midnight releases to see what all the buzz was about.
Even canine Canadians can learn to be bilingual. Meet two dogs living in Ottawa learning tricks in both English and French.