Leah Hansen is a journalist with CBC Ottawa. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @leahmariehansen.
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Advocates push for bystander training amid LRT harassment worries
Safety advocates in Ottawa are pushing for a comprehensive plan including bystander training to prevent harassment on the Confederation Line ahead of the LRT system's anticipated launch next month.
Indigenous tradition meets pop culture, 1 bead at a time
It's time-consuming, it's intricate, and it's a passion that's intertwined with identity itself.
'I was really stunned': Westboro residents awake to vandalism spree
People living on Tweedsmuir Avenue woke up Sunday morning to a scene of smashed car windshields and broken side mirrors, leaving them stunned and frustrated.
Drownings are down in Ontario this year — but perhaps not for long
Fewer people have drowned in Ontario in 2019 compared to previous years, but experts say the trend isn't likely to hold.
Meet one of Ottawa's most prolific chalk artists
Armed with coloured chalk, a metre stick, and a few damp cloths, Andy Brown spends hours each week designing art for chalkboards at bars across Ottawa — as he’s done for over three decades.
Marching toward 1M: 7 moments that marked Ottawa's growth into a big city
CBC spoke with some of the people at the centre of significant milestones in our city's history about their memories of those moments.
Bus crash survivor alleges negligence in $6M lawsuit
One of the survivors of the January OC Transpo bus crash that killed three people has filed a multi-million-dollar lawsuit, alleging negligence by the transit agency, the bus driver and the City of Ottawa.
What do you want to see at Lansdowne Park?
As the group in charge of Lansdowne Park contemplates how to bring in more revenue, Ottawa residents are voicing their own opinions about what they'd like to see in the space.
'They've had enough': Ottawa doctor safely back home after fleeing Haiti protests
An Ottawa doctor on a humanitarian mission in Haiti since late January says he's happy to be alive after political unrest and violent protests threatened his return to Canada.
New winter Pride festival a celebration, reminder of fight for equality
This year's Winterlude festival comes with a first for Ottawa's LGBTQ community — the inaugural Pride celebration held in sub-zero temperatures.