Kimberley Molina


Kimberley Molina is a reporter with CBC Ottawa. She has also worked in Calgary, Red Deer, Alta., and northeast B.C. You can reach her at or follow her on Twitter @KimberleyMolina.

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Friends remember Markland Campbell as 'giant' of local hip-hop scene

Friends of Markland Campbell, aka Jahiant Jahh, are remembering the Ottawa hip-hop artist as an anti-violence advocate who was a "giant" in both heart and soul.

'Very scary' red reverts a potentially deadly danger, cyclist says

An Ottawa cyclist who had a close call at a major intersection is calling for an end to a traffic signal trend he calls "very scary."

Marathon deaths remain rare, says Ottawa heart doctor

Though deaths during races do happen, the risk of collapsing or even dying during a marathon is relatively low, according to an Ottawa cardiologist who studies sudden cardiac death in sport.

'We have no choice': Flooded Gatineau residents mull buyouts

Some say they're tired of living through flood after flood and want to know more about how they can be compensated if they leave their homes.

Parliament Hill excavation uncovers pre-Confederation military complex

Buried beneath the flowers, trees and statues dotting the grounds of Parliament Hill are the remnants of a military complex that predates both Confederation and the founding of Ottawa.

Historic Parliament Hill elm lives on in rescued saplings

More than a month after it got the axe, Parliament Hill's historic elm tree will live on thanks to ten saplings saved by the Elm Recovery Project in Guelph, Ont.

Friends, family remember 'selfless' Pontiac woman who died in flood

Friends and family of a Pontiac, Que., woman who died during the first days of this spring's flooding packed a church in Gatineau Saturday to remember a "selfless" woman who helped countless people struggling with drug and alcohol addictions.

Constance Bay residents feeling 'gouged' by inspection fee

Homeowners in the flood-stricken community of Constance Bay say they're being charged nearly $400 to have their power turned back on.

5 tips to help keep your home high and dry

With days of rain in the forecast and warnings rivers could rise to levels last seen during severe flooding in 2017, residents of Ottawa and Gatineau will be nervously checking their basements for signs of moisture this long weekend.

Budget calls for new bridges, but contains few details

The federal budget unveiled Tuesday calls for two new bridges spanning the Ottawa River, but observers say the devil's in the details.

'I don't feel safe anymore': Teen attacked at Bayshore mall

An Ottawa family is questioning how their son could be attacked in the middle of a crowded shopping mall over the weekend, and say security guards took too long to respond.

Students remember passionate Carleton professor who died in plane crash

Students at Carleton University are mourning the loss of a well-liked professor after the head of the Institute of African Studies died Sunday in a plane crash in Ethiopia.

Bus crash trauma could linger for weeks, chief medical officer says

The effects of a traumatic event like Friday's fatal bus crash can take time to sink in, says Ottawa's chief medical officer of health — but there are resources for people struggling to cope.

MS patient in hospital since 2017 finally goes home

An Ottawa woman who's been confined to the Saint-Vincent hospital because there weren't enough workers to care for her at her Kanata apartment complex is finally going home, months after doctors first said she could.

Man on a mission toward barrier-free city

Federico Boccheciampe believes a little awareness can go a long way when it comes to creating a more accessible city.