Natalia is a multi-platform journalist in Ottawa. She has also worked for CBC in P.E.I. and Newfoundland and Labrador.
Latest from Natalia Goodwin
Aggressive driving getting worse, Ottawa crossing guards say
Crossing guards in Ottawa are sounding the alarm on aggressive driving.
Black Virgin Mary statue still not fixed nearly 1 year after being painted white
Almost a year after its hands and face were painted white, the historic Notre Dame D'Afrique statue in Ottawa's Vanier neighbourhood hasn't been fixed — much to the dismay of some residents and advocates.
City pulls graphic jaywalking ads after outcry
The City of Ottawa's public works department has removed several graphic road safety ads from social media that depict bloodied jaywalking victims lying on the ground in front of motor vehicles.
Parents petition to reopen rural school due to bus driver shortage
A group of parents in Ottawa's rural southwest is fighting to reopen the former community school because the lack of school buses has some kids not making it to school at all.
Film nights at Beechwood Cemetery 'disgusting,' says grieving daughter
An Ottawa woman is condemning film nights that are being held at Beechwood Cemetery near her father's grave. But the cemetery says the nights — and other cultural events — help people with the grieving process.
Stay out of water at unsupervised beach, Lifesaving Society says
If you are thinking of swimming at Westboro beach, think twice say life-saving experts.
Residents recount the moment tornado touched down last week in Embrun
Residents of two rural eastern Ontario towns are still dealing with the damage from two tornadoes that touched down the same day as two others in Ottawa.
Why you may not have received an alert until after 2 tornadoes struck Ottawa
Some residents of an Ottawa suburb are questioning the reliability of Environment Canada's weather alert system after they received alerts well after two tornadoes had already touched down.
Safety blitz kicks off as Ontario sees transport truck crashes soar
The Ontario Provincal Police (OPP) and the Ministry of Transportation are stepping up enforcement around commercial vehicle safety after a record breaking year for collisions in 2022.
19-year-old shooting victim remembered as good friend, hard worker
Zachry Tiglik was shot and killed June 29 in Ottawa's Carlington neighbourhood. As of late Sunday night, no arrests had been announced.