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Jake Romphf

Jake Romphf

I'm Jake, a proud graduate of Carleton University. In early 2021, I made the move from the Great Lakes to Greater Victoria with the aim of experiencing more of the country I report on. My upbringing was in a small town that was surrounded by petrochemical refineries and industrial plants. This background ignited a strong passion within me for addressing environmental concerns, sustainability, and wildlife conservation.

Alongside my environmental interests, I'm also enthusiastic about covering sports, politics, and diving into anything new or obscure that catches my attention. My goal as a journalist is to bring attention to a wide array of topics that matter, and I'm excited to continue this journey in Greater Victoria.

Phone
250-480-3214
Email
jake.romphf@blackpress.ca

Recent Work by Jake

Victoria to host Canadian women’s basketball team’s Olympic tune-up series

Victoria to host Canadian women’s basketball team’s Olympic tune-up series

Canada to play Portugal at Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre ahead of Paris Summer Games
B.C. biosolids maker denies claims its products harmed Texas farmers

B.C. biosolids maker denies claims its products harmed Texas farmers

Synagro says treated sewage end-products met requirements and benefit agricultural lands
Global study, B.C. researcher analyze how mammals responded during pandemic

Global study, B.C. researcher analyze how mammals responded during pandemic

Animals more active in developed areas, less so around humans in natural areas
B.C. city asks province to stop making councillors decide their own pay

B.C. city asks province to stop making councillors decide their own pay

Plea for change comes after councillors criticized for giving themselves a raise this term
Greater Victoria struggles to retain students as grads lack local prospects

Greater Victoria struggles to retain students as grads lack local prospects

Diversifying the local economy, boosting housing could help keep grads in the region
Bookkeeper accused of stealing $1.7M from Victoria-area non-profit

Bookkeeper accused of stealing $1.7M from Victoria-area non-profit

Woman was charged after being arrested upon returning to Canada
Residential school sites host potential unmarked graves: Ahousaht First Nation

Residential school sites host potential unmarked graves: Ahousaht First Nation

Scanning, document combing continues as project looks to reveal truths of former students
Victoria urban farm looks to cultivate sustainable city-sourced food system

Victoria urban farm looks to cultivate sustainable city-sourced food system

New Vic West micro farm owners hope to inspire movement of youth growers
PHOTOS: College students unearth bear remains buried at Saanich campus

PHOTOS: College students unearth bear remains buried at Saanich campus

Students gain hands-on archaeological excavation experience, learn Indigenous honour protocols
Southern Vancouver Island projecting worse heat waves, more extreme rain

Southern Vancouver Island projecting worse heat waves, more extreme rain

Report produced for Capital Region maps out local temperature, precipitation by 2050 and beyond
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