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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

92 per cent of Ottawa long-term care residents already have first COVID-19 vaccine dose

92 per cent of Ottawa long-term care residents already have first COVID-19 vaccine dose

Mayor Jim Watson says that despite delays in delivery of the vaccine, Ottawa's homes are seeing "significant progress."
COVID-19 outbreak status at Peter D. Clark lifted

COVID-19 outbreak status at Peter D. Clark lifted

Two other city-run long-term care homes still remain on outbreak status, however.
$24 to live for a week: Operation Come Home's challenge to raise money, awareness for homeless youth

$24 to live for a week: Operation Come Home's challenge to raise money, awareness for homeless youth

Usually OCM would have participants living on the streets for 24 hours to raise awareness and money for homeless youth, but COVID forced the organization to rethink its event.
UPDATE: One new COVID-19 death and 23 new cases in Ottawa; Ontario's new case numbers below 2,000s for second day

UPDATE: One new COVID-19 death and 23 new cases in Ottawa; Ontario's new case numbers below 2,000s for second day

However, the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit is reporting two new cases, the Eastern Ontario Health Unit is reporting 18 new cases and no new cases are reported by the Renfrew County and District Health Unit.
Ottawa Police Service takes first steps to develop mental health response strategy

Ottawa Police Service takes first steps to develop mental health response strategy

At Monday's Police Services Board Meeting, members heard from delegates about their experiences with the police during calls that involved mental health situations.
Ottawa cancer screening levels near normal again, but patients still facing mental health challenges

Ottawa cancer screening levels near normal again, but patients still facing mental health challenges

COVID-19 has put added pressure on cancer patients who already face uncertain futures.
Ottawa company's rapid COVID-19 test approved by Health Canada

Ottawa company's rapid COVID-19 test approved by Health Canada

Health Canada has approved the authorization for a same-day COVID-19 test — a technology created by Ottawa company Spartan Bioscience.
South Stormont man dead following crash between motorized snow vehicle and passenger vehicle

South Stormont man dead following crash between motorized snow vehicle and passenger vehicle

Detours have been put into place along County Road 2 as police continue to investigation the collision.
UPDATED: Ottawa continues to dip in amount of new COVID-19 cases; Ontario now represents one-third of Canada's total cases

UPDATED: Ottawa continues to dip in amount of new COVID-19 cases; Ontario now represents one-third of Canada's total cases

Ontario also crosses the threshold, with the total case count now pushed over the 255,000 mark.
Death of 70-year-old woman in Buckingham no longer deemed suspicious

Death of 70-year-old woman in Buckingham no longer deemed suspicious

Gatineau police were called to a residence Saturday and a man in his 60s was arrested.
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