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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

Ottawa Tourism expands VIP incentive program for visitors

Ottawa Tourism expands VIP incentive program for visitors

If visitors to Ottawa pay admission to a participating attraction, they'll get $50 applied to their hotel room for every night of their stay.
Ottawa Small Landlords Association says Ontario rent increase cap going to hurt in 2022

Ottawa Small Landlords Association says Ontario rent increase cap going to hurt in 2022

Landlords will only be able to increase rent by 1.2 per cent in 2022.
Ottawa, Gatineau joint water rescue operation saves person from Ottawa River near Lemieux Island

Ottawa, Gatineau joint water rescue operation saves person from Ottawa River near Lemieux Island

Two Ottawa water rescue teams rushed to the site to help search for a person who had been fishing and fell into the river.
Ottawa's ICUs now free of COVID-19 patients as more people leave the hospital

Ottawa's ICUs now free of COVID-19 patients as more people leave the hospital

Three COVID patients have also been able to leave hospital floors, while the daily case numbers reported on Sunday dropped compared to Saturday.
Ottawa Police Service seeking approval to buy 200 new conducted energy weapons

Ottawa Police Service seeking approval to buy 200 new conducted energy weapons

The cost for the new CEWs and its cartridges will amount to over $1-million.
Point-in-Time Count for 24 hours: City of Ottawa to conduct count of homeless population

Point-in-Time Count for 24 hours: City of Ottawa to conduct count of homeless population

The last time the count was conducted in 2018, when 1,400 people experiencing homelessness took part in the survey.
Nurse unions to launch 'very serious' campaign if Ontario government, hospitals don't take rising violence against staff seriously

Nurse unions to launch 'very serious' campaign if Ontario government, hospitals don't take rising violence against staff seriously

According to a new poll by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) and SEIU Healthcare, 61 per cent of Eastern Ontario nurses have reported a surge in violence in their workplace since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Person extricated from two-vehicle crash in Goulbourn

Person extricated from two-vehicle crash in Goulbourn

The collision happened Saturday afternoon at the intersection of Shea Road and Flewellyn Road.
Suspected impaired driver recovering from vehicle rollover in Val-des-Monts

Suspected impaired driver recovering from vehicle rollover in Val-des-Monts

The crash happened early Saturday morning off of route de Carrefour.
Ottawa childcare centres, school declare more COVID-19 outbreaks

Ottawa childcare centres, school declare more COVID-19 outbreaks

Ottawa Public Health also reported 36 new cases of the virus on Saturday.
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