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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

Boil water advisory in place for Town of Renfrew

Boil water advisory in place for Town of Renfrew

With the advisory in place, the local health unit says residents should either boil their water or use commercially bottled water until further notice.
Fire damages main chalet at Mont Cascades resort in Cantley

Fire damages main chalet at Mont Cascades resort in Cantley

The fire happened early Sunday morning.
More COVID-19 vaccine pop-up clinics coming to Ottawa neighbourhoods next week

More COVID-19 vaccine pop-up clinics coming to Ottawa neighbourhoods next week

Clinics are open to anyone aged 12 and over needing their first or second dose.
New federal measures getting wireless providers to lower cost of popular plans by 25 per cent

New federal measures getting wireless providers to lower cost of popular plans by 25 per cent

Among the goals to have prices decrease even more is to increase competition in Canada.
Person safe after falling out of canoe near Deschenes rapids

Person safe after falling out of canoe near Deschenes rapids

A nearby boater helped retrieve the person and their canoe and helped them back to shore.
Ottawa gets $38.5M under Gas Tax program to expand transit services

Ottawa gets $38.5M under Gas Tax program to expand transit services

Ottawa is the largest recipient of funding this year under the program across the province from the Ontario government.
Ottawa's new COVID-19 cases back to single digit increase while active cases continue to upward trend

Ottawa's new COVID-19 cases back to single digit increase while active cases continue to upward trend

Ottawa represents about 1.6 per cent of all cases in Ontario on Saturday.
Nike shoes line Highway 401 after two tractor trailers collide south of Kemptville

Nike shoes line Highway 401 after two tractor trailers collide south of Kemptville

No injuries were reported.
Milder temperatures to start off Ottawa's week; expected to near 30 C by end

Milder temperatures to start off Ottawa's week; expected to near 30 C by end

Rain is expected for Sunday for the August long weekend, but Monday promises more comfortable temperatures with a mix of sun and cloud on Monday.
SIU not charging officer who shot man wielding sword in April east end incident

SIU not charging officer who shot man wielding sword in April east end incident

According to SIU, a man had rushed an officer with a sword in the area of Montreal and Ogilvie roads, and the officer shot the man four times.
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