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Here are Ottawa's photos of the week

As always, CBC Ottawa's reporters and camerapeople were out this past week capturing all the goings-on in the region. Here are some highlights.

Do you like ponies? Because we found ponies

A small horse and probably also the cutest pony ever photographed in Bancroft, Ont. (Stu Mills/CBC)

As always, CBC Ottawa was out this past week, capturing all the goings-on in the region.

We reported on a tractor-trailer that had collided with a home in Gatineau, took in the Ottawa Redblacks home opener, and were there when soldier Patrick Labrie's body returned home.

Here are some highlights.

The body of Bombardier Patrick Labrie, a Canadian soldier who died in a parachute exercise in Bulgaria, is followed by his father Jean Labrie, left to right, and sister Veronique Labrie, as he arrives in Ottawa on Saturday, June 22, 2019. (Patrick Doyle/The Canadian Press)
A Gatineau, Que., family escaped injury after this tractor-trailer crashed into their home on June 21, 2019. (Christian Milette/CBC)
An Ottawa Public Health study found that 23 per cent of high school students between grades 9-12 have tried vaping. (Jonathan Dupaul/CBC)
Ottawa Redblacks defensive lineman Michael Wakefield holds onto the jersey of Saskatchewan Roughriders running back William Powell during the Redblacks' home opener on Thursday. (Fred Chartrand/The Canadian Press)
From left to right, St. Patrick's High School students Sam Saint-Val, Chris Kazadi, Matthew Kendall and Precious King. They all say former student Marial Shayok, who was chosen in this week's NBA draft, has been an inspiration. (Amanda Pfeffer/CBC)
The Freymond Lumber company has operated a sawmill on the Bay Lake Road in Bancroft, Ont. since the 1940s. (Stu Mills/CBC)

 

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