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Chemainus Secondary School teacher Janet Ruest was recognized in Ottawa on Wednesday.
Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP Sheila Malcolmson is seeking a secret ballot to save her private member's bill.
Ladysmith Family and Friends leads project to have children, but also a few adults, paint 150 flags.
Ladysmith and Stz'uminus residents gathered together last Wednesday night to witness the unveiling of the 'Salish Wind' - a stunning canoe carved of red cedar that will stand as a lasting legacy of the partnership formed by the two communities.
Heavy rainfall and the resulting erosion caused a sinkhole to form early Wednesday morning, forcing the partial closure of a road just down from the Festival of Lights building.
A boat has sank in Ladysmith Harbour marking the second such incident in less than a month.
Grab your sandals and 80s Christmas sweater and let Chemainus Theatre Festival take you to Cancun.
A fallen branch took out a high tension power line on Malone Road just behind Ladysmith Primary School on Monday morning.
Environment Canada has issued a special weather alert for east Vancouver Island on Monday.
Ron Osborne pulls himself out of the sofa chair and carefully plants one foot in front of the other as he goes to retrieve the X-rays taken at a makeshift hospital on a Greek island during the Second World War after breaking his back and his neck - he's now a self-proclaimed 'walking miracle.'
Ladysmith has submitted a funding request to the federal government in the hopes of receiving money to remove nine abandoned or severely damaged boats that are posing a hazard in the harbour.
Records are made to be broken but you don't need to tell that to three Ladysmith Chemainus Orcas swimmers.
Ladysmith's historic First Avenue has won the prize for Canada's Great Street in 2017 from a jury of professional planners.
Five people escaped an early morning blaze at a farmhouse on Southin Road in Saltair on Wednesday.
The Chemainus Theatre Festival's 25th anniversary season is drawing to a close with an exciting new lineup of performances on the horizon for 2018.
The Ladysmith & District Historical Society, in partnership with the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #171, will host a temporary display at the Ladysmith Museum for Remembrance Week, Nov. 6-11, 2017.
A 90 foot wooden boat built in 1918 is grounded in Ladysmith Harbour and a suspected fuel spill is now being contained by a boom encircling the site of the incident.
The Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) is looking for the public's feedback as it undertakes a recreation planning project to assess the current state of services and collection information that can help inform future decision making and planning projects.
The public is normally happy to see Ladysmith Fire Rescue but this weekend the volunteer firefighters be serving up quite a fright.