Here are Ottawa's photos of the week

As always, CBC Ottawa's reporters were out this past week capturing all the goings-on in the region.

Flying ice, LRT delays and a good boy

An OC Transpo Light Rail Train is seen heading towards downtown Ottawa Tuesday, January 21, 2020. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)

As always, CBC Ottawa's reporters were out this past week capturing all the goings-on in the region.

This week they heard important updates about the first "presumptive" case of coronavirus in Canada, met a man with a warning for motorists, and shook paws with one dog that helped in his own rescue. 

Here are some of the highlights:

This week, newly released documents shed light on why the technical evaluation team failed SNC-Lavalin's bid for the Trillium Line expansion. On top of that, 'special' buses were needed during rush hours as fewer trains were operating than normal. (Andrew Foote/CBC)
On Sunday, federal Health Minister Patty Hajdu and Chief Public Health Officer Theresa Tam provided an update on the first "presumptive" case of coronavirus in Canada. (Justin Tang/The Canadian Press)
Martin Burger says he's lucky to have escaped more serious injury when a chunk of ice flew off the roof of an oncoming car and smashed through his windshield Thursday evening. (Stu Mills/CBC )
This week the Ottawa Police Service announced it was reintroducing its hate crime unit. Sahada Alolo, co-chair of the Community Equity Council, says it's important the dedicated hate crime unit works on prevention and education. (Matthew Kupfer/CBC)
Pet store employees became suspicious when a couple with a dog didn't seem to know basic information about him. A staff member recognized Vango, called his name, and watched the dog react to his commands. (Claudine Richard/Radio-Canada)


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