Rohit Joseph is a radio producer and technician with CBC All Points West in Victoria. He loves audio storytelling and local human-interest stories. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @RoTomJo.
Latest from Rohit Joseph
2 young women upset about their psychiatric treatment at Victoria hospital call for change
Two teenagers who felt mistreated by psychiatric emergency services staff at Royal JubiIee Hospital found they were not alone when they spoke out on social media.
Put away the chicken noodle soup. These Victoria restaurants will expand your idea of comfort food
All Points West has been doing the leg work to find some of the best comfort food in Greater Victoria. Initially, the classic staples like chowders and curries sprung to mind. But as the journey continued, a burning question emerged: What is comfort food?
Hereditary chief and RCMP corporal model friendship, cooperation in Port Hardy, B.C.
'Nakwaxda'xw hereditary Chief Thomas Henderson and RCMP Corporal Chris Voller call each other "brother" and the chief invites RCMP officers to his potlatches to build trust with the community.
Victoria hip hop artist puts own spin on mindfulness
Victoria rapper Nostic, real name Marco Bermudez, created his own rap-meditation workshops to help young students, prisoners and anyone struggling with stress or mental illness.
How a Vancouver fighter beat Goliath in first UFC fight
A Vancouver-based mixed martial artist makes a historic UFC debut after beating his much bigger opponent with five days of preparation in front of a hometown crowd at Rogers Arena. His humble Victoria origins betray his tenacity and self-confidence.
Rackets & Runners still serving Vancouver after 41 years
Rackets & Runners has changed owners but it hasn't changed its commitment to helping Vancouver's tennis and running enthusiasts.
Hollywood North might be better fit for actors than Hollywood itself
With so many film productions in the works, some actors are choosing Hollywood North over the real Hollywood. It is peak season for Metro Vancouver’s film industry. Dozens of TV pilots, series, and feature length films are shooting in the area through the spring and summer.
Childish Gambino's groundbreaking creativity inspires young Vancouver artists
Childish Gambino's This is America tour lands in Rogers Arena on Friday night.
#CityHallSoWhite: In Metro Vancouver, local politics is the least diverse level of government
In Metro Vancouver's two biggest cities, there's a very realistic chance that a person of colour could become mayor for the first time.
THC and DUIs: as legalization approaches, will our roads be safe?
When it comes to drivers impaired by marijuana, there are still a lot of unanswered questions in B.C. — even with legalization still expected to take place this summer.