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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

Winter is in Ottawa's rearview mirror: Environment Canada

Winter is in Ottawa's rearview mirror: Environment Canada

Of course, there are always the occasional snowfalls through March and even April, but Senior Climatologist David Phillips says a mild spring is fast approaching.
Positive COVID-19 case confirmed at Pembroke's Centre scolaire catholique Jeanne-Lajoie, pavillon élémentaire

Positive COVID-19 case confirmed at Pembroke's Centre scolaire catholique Jeanne-Lajoie, pavillon élémentaire

It's not known if the person infected is a staff member or student at the school.
'Relieved but terrified:' Without fighting for care, Ottawa sisters with rare disease wouldn't have lived past 30

'Relieved but terrified:' Without fighting for care, Ottawa sisters with rare disease wouldn't have lived past 30

But Canada is falling behind when it comes to caring for rare diseases, the Canadian Organization for Rare Disorders says, and it's now time for the federal government to give the $1-billion it has promised towards creating a national strategy for this area of medicine.
OCDSB students have two weeks to decide on virtual school, in-person learning in fall

OCDSB students have two weeks to decide on virtual school, in-person learning in fall

A letter was sent to parents Saturday asking them to make their decision before the two-week deadline, otherwise, their children will automatically be placed in in-person learning environments.
St. Albert Cheese Cooperative reopens following positive COVID-19 cases

St. Albert Cheese Cooperative reopens following positive COVID-19 cases

Three employees had tested positive for the virus last week.
UPDATED: Ottawa's new COVID-19 cases holding steady; Ontario's positivity rate, resolved cases inch upwards

UPDATED: Ottawa's new COVID-19 cases holding steady; Ontario's positivity rate, resolved cases inch upwards

Ottawa has 55 new COVID-19 cases while Ontario reporting 1,062 new ones.
Sixty firefighters tackle major blaze in east Gatineau

Sixty firefighters tackle major blaze in east Gatineau

It took crews seven hours to put out the fire on Rue Saint Louis.
Algonquin College cancels all on-campus events until end of summer

Algonquin College cancels all on-campus events until end of summer

With the COVID-19 pandemic still posing challenges, Algonquin College said it has made the decision to cancel all on-campus events until the summer.
Ottawa ushering in spring-type weather next week

Ottawa ushering in spring-type weather next week

It's mostly sun rays and temperatures above zero next week in Canada's capital.
UPDATED: Ottawa 's COVID-19 numbers continue climb; Ontario seeing numbers similar to November counts

UPDATED: Ottawa 's COVID-19 numbers continue climb; Ontario seeing numbers similar to November counts

According to the Ontario government, Ottawa has 62 new cases to report while Ontario has 1,138.
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