Robyn Miller


Robyn Miller is a multi-platform journalist at CBC Ottawa. She has also worked at CBC in Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Liquidation store 'treasure hunt' grows in popularity, helps online stores like Amazon

Some experts say the rise in online shopping has driven the growth of liquidation stores in Ottawa, where customers can hunt through bins to find overstock or returned items from major online retailers at low prices, while also increasing revenue for online sites like Amazon.

Maple syrup producers say 2022 hitting the sweet spot

The sap is flowing this spring and maple syrup producers in eastern Ontario say after struggling through two years of the pandemic, the timing couldn’t be sweeter.

Masks, vaccines and ventilation among 'common-sense' moves to make as wastewater signal climbs

As the level of coronavirus showing up in Ottawa's wastewater continues its steady climb, one epidemiologist says public health officials need to beef up promotion of the importance of masking and three-dose vaccination.

Coronavirus levels in wastewater rise 'significantly' in Ottawa

Recent wastewater data in Ottawa confirms what many suspected — the city is swimming in yet another wave of COVID-19 — but modelling suggests it won’t be as bad as the last one, experts say.

Pysanky for peace: Ukrainian Easter eggs offer light in dark time

The Ottawa branch of the Ukrainian Women's Association of Canada is hosting pysanka-making workshops to raise money for humanitarian relief efforts in Ukraine and to teach people about the significance of the tradition.

'Just so powerful': Youth group sings Ukrainian anthem before Ottawa Senators game

An Ottawa-based Ukrainian youth organization will sing the Ukrainian national anthem before Thursday night's Ottawa Senators game to support the country during the Russian invasion.

Eastern Ontario town supports Ukrainians fleeing war zone

A daughter’s effort to bring her mother, brother and sister safely to Canada from Ukraine has mobilized other people in Carleton Place, Ont., to do what they can to help.

Fewer than half of Ottawa inmates have 1 dose of COVID-19 vaccine

Ottawa’s top doctor says she’s concerned with the vaccination rate of inmates at the Ottawa Carleton Detention Centre as the jail continues to deal with another large COVID-19 outbreak.

School board sees big shift to remote learning after winter break

The number of students learning remotely has more than tripled since the winter break at the Upper Canada District School Board in eastern Ontario and officials say the increase is likely linked to concerns around the Omicron variant of COVID-19.

'Ride for Phil' remembers tow truck operator killed during winter storm

Members of Ottawa’s towing community gathered Thursday to remember Phillip Smith, a tow truck operator who was struck and killed while helping a driver during Monday's storm.