Pamela Roth

Province establishes working group to study commuter rail options

Province establishes working group to study commuter rail options

Corridor analysis is expected to be complete by the summer.

Province establishes working group to study commuter rail options
Life sentence: Offenders need more support for successful reintegration

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.

Life sentence: Offenders need more support for successful reintegration
Victoria is home to the largest halfway house in Canada.

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.

Victoria is home to the largest halfway house in Canada.

Police struggling in the fight against cyber crime

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

Kate greets wellwishers in Victoria.

Royals visit Cridge Centre to celebrate ‘overcomers’ (with PHOTO SLIDESHOW)

Will and Kate shine spotlight on supportive non-profit during final day in Victoria and B.C.

Kate greets wellwishers in Victoria.
Odessa Corletto

Government House buzzing with excitement for royal visit (with VIDEO)

No outlandish requests for royal couple's stay at Government House

Odessa Corletto
Refit work has begun on the V2V Empress

Refit work begins on new passenger ferry

When Nick Cheong looks at the vessel that was towed to Victoria last spring, he sees a blank canvas that needs a lot of work.

Refit work has begun on the V2V Empress
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SEWAGE IN THE CRD: Scientists question need for expenditure

CRD monitoring shows outfall areas not in compliance with federal regulations

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Esquimalt Mayor Barb Desjardins at Saxe Point.

SEWAGE IN THE CRD: Esquimalt takes an uneasy second look at McLoughlin

Scaled-down site would take western flows only; Viewfield site surplus

Esquimalt Mayor Barb Desjardins at Saxe Point.
The Halifax Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) opened in February 2008 at a cost of $330 million. The plant is one of three advanced primary treatment plants in the region

SEWAGE IN THE CRD: Halifax’s $330 million sewage solution

Looking at how a similar-sized city to Greater Victoria dealt with the challenge of cleaning up its harbour through sewage treatment

The Halifax Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) opened in February 2008 at a cost of $330 million. The plant is one of three advanced primary treatment plants in the region