Pamela Roth

Life sentence: Offenders need more support for successful reintegration

Mary Campbell recently noticed an article about two criminal brothers who didn’t appear to be getting the message.

Esquimalt mayor sets sights on provincial politics

Barb Desjardins is taking a stab at provincial politics as the B.C. Liberal Party candidate for the Esquimalt-Metchosin riding.

Life sentence: The challenges offenders face reintegrating back into society

No matter how hard James Wrigley strives to live a better life, he’ll always see a murderer in the mirror.

Barb Desjardins secures B.C. Liberal Party nomination

Esquimalt-Metchosin riding has traditionally been held by the NDP

Victoria author sheds light on former young offenders and where they are now

When Gordon Cruse worked full-time as a supervisor at the Victoria Youth Custody Centre, he met a boy who was nine years old.

Local filmmakers tingling with excitement about Victoria Film Festival premiere

About three years ago, Jeremy Lutter and Ben Rollo sat down to write the script for their first feature film.

Clover Point moves into rezoning for sewage project

Esquimalt citizens recently got a preview of what $20 million in amenities for hosting a wastewater treatment plant at McLoughlin Point.

WATCH: Hundreds gather to show support for local Muslim community

Deadly shooting at a Quebec City mosque Sunday night claimed the lives of six people

City to pilot two projects aimed at improving accessibility for the disabled

Projects include installing truncated domes at curb cuts and Accessible Pedestrian Signals at certain intersections

More security measures added around overdose prevention sites

Our Place now has 24-hour security patrolling a two-block area of Pandora Avenue and Johnson Street

Victoria police raid downtown pot shop

Police say search is connected to the discovery of 30 pounds of marijuana on a commercial flight earlier this month

More residents fall victim to ‘renovictions’

Thirty-two residents given eviction notices so landlord can renovate Cook Street apartment building

Public has been mislead about e-cigarette risks, says UVic researchers

Vapor from e-cigarettes less toxic than tobacco smoke

What does reconciliation mean to you?

Mayor and chiefs outline what they'd like to see during the Year of Reconciliation

Biketown music video highlights the fun of cycling

Video features local personalities including Mayor Lisa Helps

Police struggling in the fight against cyber crime

Online scams. Identity theft. Cyber stalking. Malicious software. Computer hacking.

Police teaching students and parents about fentanyl as crisis continues to claim lives

Victoria High holding information session for parents

Man, 75, arrested in connection with historical sex assault

Offences occurred while the accused was employed at Royal Athletic Park from 1988 until 2003.

A look at cyber crimes: Catching online predators a never ending job

In 2016, a Victoria police detective went into an online chatroom, posing as a 26-year-old single mother with a daughter.

More hotel rooms disappearing in Victoria

The city’s tourism officials aren’t concerned, noting there is still plenty of capacity.