Trevor Pritchard

CBC reporter

Trevor Pritchard is the weekend assignment producer at CBC Ottawa, but he occasionally fills in as a reporter. He's previously reported in Toronto, Saskatoon and Cornwall, Ont.

Latest from Trevor Pritchard

Canadian Armed Forces member arrested after gaining access to Rideau Hall grounds

Police have arrested a Canadian Armed Forces member who they say was armed and had gained access to the grounds at Rideau Hall early Thursday morning. Neither the prime minister nor the Governor General was present at the time.

CBC Ottawa news quiz for the week of June 21

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Kingston, Ont., declares mask use mandatory at many indoor locations after COVID-19 outbreak

The city of Kingston, Ont., has decided to make mask use mandatory for workers and customers at nearly all indoor locations following an outbreak of COVID-19 at a local salon.

Cornwall considers bylaw change to wrangle feral cat population

Cornwall, Ont.. city council is expected to vote this week on a proposal to put thousands of dollars annually toward reducing the number of stray and feral cats that have taken over the city's streets.

CBC Ottawa news quiz for the week of June 14

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CBC Ottawa news quiz for the week of June 7

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Petitioners call on township to change name over slavery ties

Hundreds of people have signed a petition calling on the Township of Russell to change its name over its eponymous politician's ties to the late 18th and early 19th-century slave trade.

Portraits of the pandemic: Ottawa, then and now

Ottawa was a much different city just one year ago.

CBC Ottawa news quiz for the week of May 31

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Today's anti-racism protesters — in their own words

Thousands of people took to the streets of downtown Ottawa on Friday to march in solidarity against anti-black racism. These marchers explain why they felt compelled to show up.

CBC Ottawa news quiz for the week of May 24

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From Kingston to Gatineau, cities are grappling with how to close streets

It's been a contentious debate in Ottawa, but communities across the region are grappling with questions about how to parcel out public space during the COVID-19 pandemic.

CBC Ottawa news quiz for the week of May 17

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Stay vigilant as COVID-19 restrictions loosen, health officials urge

As restrictions designed to prevent the spread of COVID-19 gradually loosen, local public health officials are expressing cautious optimism about the pandemic's course — but reminding people to not let down their guard.

Thousands of dollars in fines issued for breaking COVID-19 rules

City of Ottawa bylaw officers issued roughly $100,000 in fines to people last month for allegedly violating park usage rules and other provincial emergency orders issued to stem COVID-19.

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