Krystalle Ramlakhan

Krystalle Ramlakhan is a multi-platform journalist with CBC Ottawa. She has also worked for CBC in P.E.I., Winnipeg and Iqaluit.

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Some in Sikh community want full investigation into arrests and 'terrorism hoax'

Some in Ottawa's Sikh community want to see a full investigation into what appears to be a bad tip to law enforcement, that led to Parliament Hill being evacuated and two men being arrested on Saturday.

2 dead in Listeria outbreak at Ottawa retirement home

Two retirement home residents in Ottawa have died in an ongoing month-long outbreak at the home.

Town's lawn survey skewed, Smiths Falls couple says

The couple's lawyer calls the survey, which includes a damning staff report, 'distorted and unduly negative.' The town's mayor is urging everyone to be patient.

Couple's win forces Smiths Falls to revisit approach to 'naturalized' lawns

A Smiths Falls, Ont., couple say they're pleased the town has rescinded an order to uproot their "naturalized" lawn, but fear the battle isn't over yet.

School board trustee to present motion to bring back mask rules

Trustee Mark Fisher plans to present a motion bringing back masking rules at the English public school board's Tuesday meeting, saying he's concerned about the rise of COVID-19 in the city.

City of Ottawa union calls for delay in return-to-work plans

As COVID-19 cases surge again, a union representing some City of Ottawa workers is calling for more safety measures to be implemented and for employees to keep being allowed to work from home.

Proposed location for new Outaouais hospital causing concerns

A downtown site in Gatineau, Que., has been ruled out by the Quebec government as the future location for a new hospital in the Outaouais, much to the chagrin of some local communities.

Western Quebec businesses relieved as vaccine passport ends

Several businesses in western Quebec say they're relieved COVID-19 public health measures are lifting and they no longer have to check vaccine passports. 

Surging gas prices have Ottawa businesses prepping their own price hikes

Taxi drivers, movers and delivery companies are among those feeling the pinch at the pumps as Russia's invasion of Ukraine has sent fuel prices soaring.

Anxieties about microaggressions rise as in-person work returns

With pandemic restrictions easing and more employees returning to work in person, anxiety about potential discrimination is increasing for some employees. But a new online resource is aiming to promote ways to combat microaggressions and create a more inclusive workplace.