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Dani-Elle Dubé

Dani-Elle is an award-winning multimedia journalist who has worked for some of the biggest names in Canadian media, including the Ottawa Sun and Postmedia, Yahoo! Canada and Global News. For the past year, she's been teaching journalism at Algonquin College while pursuing a freelance career. You can see her byline in publications like FLARE, Chatelaine and Ottawa at Home magazine (among many others).

Whether it's through the written word, photography or multimedia elements, Dani-Elle is always ready to tell a story.

A native of Ottawa, Dani-Elle knows Canada's capital. She has, however, lived briefly in New York City and Toronto, but has always called Ottawa home. When she's not working, you can find Dani-Elle all over the city with her camera in hand taking pictures of anything and everything.

You can follow Dani-Elle on Twitter @danidmedia.

Recent Work by Dani-Elle

Downtown Ottawa STO bus service changes coming this spring

Downtown Ottawa STO bus service changes coming this spring

These changes will reduce peak hour bus volumes in downtown Ottawa by 75 per cent from their 2018 levels.
Five security guards, two clients at Nicholas Street Physical Distancing Centre test positive for COVID-19

Five security guards, two clients at Nicholas Street Physical Distancing Centre test positive for COVID-19

The centre was declared on outbreak on February 23.
Vaccine clinics a year in the making for Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit

Vaccine clinics a year in the making for Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit

Given the current supply of vaccines, the unit says it is now able to give out 3,000 to 5,000 vaccines per week.
Information on upcoming pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics coming next week

Information on upcoming pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics coming next week

The pop-up clinic will open next Friday, but appointment slots are not yet available.
Man arrested following investigation into debris left along Highway 17

Man arrested following investigation into debris left along Highway 17

OPP were investigating multiple incidents where debris was left along the highway, which officers say posed a serious safety risk.
Temperatures expected to climb above zero next week

Temperatures expected to climb above zero next week

Milder temperatures are in the forecast — could this be a sign of an early spring?
Ottawa police lay additional charges in child exploitation case

Ottawa police lay additional charges in child exploitation case

The accused, Brian Feehan, remains in custody as the investigation continues.
Outbreak declared at Glengarry District High School following three positive COVID-19 cases

Outbreak declared at Glengarry District High School following three positive COVID-19 cases

Since the first case of the virus was announced on February 11, two more individuals have tested positive — although it's not known if the cases are among students or staff.
Centre d'accueil Champlain's latest COVID-19 case triggers fourth outbreak since May

Centre d'accueil Champlain's latest COVID-19 case triggers fourth outbreak since May

The home's previous outbreak had ended on February 2.
Ottawa firefighters tackle two west end fires in one night

Ottawa firefighters tackle two west end fires in one night

The first fire was called in at a residence in Richmond; the second in Westboro.