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Roxanne Egan-Elliott

Roxanne Egan-Elliott

Roxanne Egan-Elliott has been a reporter with the Times Colonist since 2019. She covers the Saanich Peninsula and social justice issues.

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regan-elliott@timescolonist.com

Recent Work by Roxanne

Resilient kelp could aid restoration efforts, scientists find

Resilient kelp could aid restoration efforts, scientists find

A team of UVic scientists sought to understand why kelp is resilient in some areas to determine if those lessons could help to recover lost kelp habitats.
First-degree murder charge in hit-and-run death 'unusual': lawyer

First-degree murder charge in hit-and-run death 'unusual': lawyer

Murder charges require an intent to kill or intent to cause serious bodily harm knowing death is likely
Downtown Victoria businesses now eligible for up to $10,000 to improve storefronts

Downtown Victoria businesses now eligible for up to $10,000 to improve storefronts

The program previously capped the amount at $2,500 and required at least 50 per cent of a street block to participate
Union protests firing of Victoria airport security screeners; agency alleges 'incomplete screening'

Union protests firing of Victoria airport security screeners; agency alleges 'incomplete screening'

Twenty-seven screening officers and nine salaried employees at the airport were terminated following an investigation into “screening irregularities”
Driver charged with first-degree murder in fatal hit-and-run on Comox Valley Parkway

Driver charged with first-degree murder in fatal hit-and-run on Comox Valley Parkway

A 45-year-old Cumberland man has been charged with first-degree murder after a vehicle of interest was found on Saturday afternoon.
IIO investigating after man injured in dirt bike crash in Campbell River

IIO investigating after man injured in dirt bike crash in Campbell River

The incident began when police responded to a report of an armed man in the driveway of a residence in the 100-block of Reef Crescent around 1 a.m. Sunday
Conviction quashed for Campbell River woman who coughed on grocery store employee

Conviction quashed for Campbell River woman who coughed on grocery store employee

The woman was accused of yelling and swearing that “COVID wasn’t f---ing real.”
UVic students' society wants more provincial investment to avoid budget cuts

UVic students' society wants more provincial investment to avoid budget cuts

The society says it has raised concerns for years about the unsustainable reliance on international student tuition for revenue
University of Victoria cutting budget by $13M

University of Victoria cutting budget by $13M

Cut represents 4% of total operating budget. Staff reductions are expected.
A legendary 75-km Island hiking trail full of challenges: If you've hiked it, Maritime Museum wants to hear from you

A legendary 75-km Island hiking trail full of challenges: If you've hiked it, Maritime Museum wants to hear from you

The exhibit No Walk in the Woods: The History of the West Coast Trail, will runs April 11 to Oct. 26.
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