Majority of Ontario inmates yet to be convicted
By Gabrièle Roy | The majority of Ontario inmates serving time in pre-trial detention, known as remand is increasing. Corrections systems advocates are calling for change.
Saskatchewan oil spill raises concerns over pipeline incidents
By Brenna Mackay | There were 123 pipeline-related incidents across the country in 2016, compared with 118 in 2015 and 88 in 2014. The average number of incidents from 2008-2016 is 121 annually.
Decoding the Commons debates
By Karissa Gall and Alex Parsons | Visualizing the fall 2016 sessions, with a look ahead to the spring. What's your MP been up to?
Canada’s coin collection: Is it common sense to keep the five cents?
By Kelsey Curtis and Petronella Duda | It's been four years since the penny ceased distribution on in Canada. Is the nickel facing the same future?
NAFTA’s future uncertain under President Trump
By Tamar Harris and Robert Williams | Uncertainty over the future of NAFTA under President Trump has proponents of free trade concerned that the trade agreement may be coming to an end.
Rideau Canal skating season feeling the heat
By Andrea Tingey and Tiffany Lewis | Capital News Online looks at how temperatures have affected the canal after a disappointing start to this year's skating season.
Unpacking food bank use in Canada
By Nathan Bragg and Anna Desmarais| Despite economic recovery food bank use remains steady. Take a look at some of the myths around Canadian food bank use.
Ottawa’s oldest family businesses: The key to decades of success
By David Deen and Amanda van Frankfoort | Despite a sluggish economy, family businesses in Canada are reporting growth. Tour with 360 video and learn their keys to success.
Reconciling mandatory minimum sentences
By Olivia Bowden and Christian Mittelstaedt | The Liberal government is planning to reduce or remove mandatory minimum sentencing policies. Experts say this could help decrease the number of indigenous peoples in prison–but it's only one of several factors...
Rise of the Superbug: Antimicrobial resistance is medicine’s kryptonite
By Caitlin Hart and Rebecca Hardiment | Overuse of antibiotics and other antimicrobial drugs are adding the global issue of antimicrobial resistance, which is estimated to cause 10 million deaths by 2050.