You certainly not in the ideal location for OTA reception!
Firstly, to get your TVFool report for the exact location of your house, use the 'Online TV Maps' feature in the left-hand column of the TVFool home page. Enter your postcode, and in the map that appears, drag the marker icon to your exact location (switching the map to satellite view with the button in the top-left corner of the map will help you pinpoint your home). Select the correct height-above-ground of the antenna just below the bottom centre of the map, and then the results will be displayed below the map. You can see the directions of the transmitters if you click in the 'Show lines pointing to each transmitter' check box below the map. To produce the familiar 'radar plot', click on the 'Make Radar Plot' button to the top-right of the map. In terrain like in your area, it's very important to give TVFool the exact location, as signal levels can vary significantly within a small distance. For example, if you enter your latitude and longitude to the precision shown in your report, the signal strenghts are quite different from those in your report. Also, be aware that TVFool does not take account of trees or buildings surrounding your antenna, which can diminish signal levels somewhat.
I think you have a good chance of picking up most of the Ottawa stations coming from Camp Fortune (those at bearing 108 in the TVFool report) with you existing equipment, except for CJOH on channel 13. This because your antenna is a UHF band-only design; most of the Ottawa stations are on UHF, except for CJOH which is on VHF-Hi. To get that, you would need a separate VHF-Hi antenna, joined with the 4228 with something known as a UVSJ. VHF-Hi antennas are difficult to find these days, but there is still one available from a US supplier. An alternative would be to use an all-band antenna that are more readily available, and this would replace your Channle Master 4228, however I think you will get better results on UHF with the Channel Master than an all-band.
As far as the other stations go, channels 8 and 47 are the same as channel 13 (CJOH) in content; channel 2 is the same as channel 14 (Global); channel 23 is the same as channel 30 (TQ). The only one not from Ottawa that would give you something different is channel 5 (CHRO also known as CTV-2). Channel 5 is in the VHF-Low band, so to receive this, you would need a VHF-Low-capable antenna. These are near-to-impossible to find these days (but there are some all-band antennas that would do the job). The least expensive solution would be to construct a simple dipole antenna for that, and join it into the antenna cable with a device known as an HLSJ.
Your pre-amplifier is going to be needed. This particular model is not a good one for urban areas with lots of strong signals, but where you're located it's almost ideal!
If, once getting your gear set up, you find you have reception problems, get back to us in this forum. Things that would improve your reception (but harm your wallet!) include doing a modification to the CM 4228; getting a better pre-amplifier (lower noise level); adding a second CM 4228 to your set of antennas; installing a tall tower. Hopefully, none of this will be necessary!