Canada Post: Obstacles and options
By Amanda Vollmershausen and Nathan Caddell | Can the Liberal government restructure Canada's mail-delivery service?
Debate rages over proposed animal cruelty laws
By Nathan Bragg and Anna Desmarais
“Angry Inuk” seeks to show Inuit side to annual seal hunt
By Rebecca Hardiment and Caitlin Hart | The annual Canadian seal hunt is often seen through the perspective of animal rights activists, Inuk film director Alethea Arnaquq-Baril hopes to change this.
Heavy construction frustrates Ottawa commuters
By Martina Babiakova and Sabrina Nemis | Construction clogs up downtown streets because of Canada's 150th anniversary revitalisations and light rail projects.
The Liberals came to power with a long list of campaign promises to honour. Some vows will be kept, others will be forgotten. Capital News investigates how some of the government's most important pledges have held up.
The politics on your plate. Capital News investigates the ingredients in Canadian food policy.
From oil patch layoffs to student debt, age matters in Canada. Capital News investigates how different age demographics are faring in 2016.
As Canada approaches its 150th birthday, our understanding of what it means to be Canadian continues to evolve. From national parks to transgender rights, these stories highlight the issues facing our national identity.
Human rights and Canada
Critics say Canada’s human rights record at home and abroad has suffered under the Conservative’s nearly-decade long reign. Capital News investigates the ambitious promises of change under the newly-elected Trudeau government.
Canada’s new face
On Oct. 19 Canada voted for change. As the Liberals set out to make good on their campaign promises, the international community is watching to see how they perform on the world stage.