Andrea Rondeau

Cowichan RCMP remind public to leave dogs chilling at home on hot days

Dogsafe has designed a Dog in a Hot Car Responder Checklist

Murray Hatfield and Teresa present evening of magic and comedy streaming live May 29

The Duncan Volunteer Fire Department is inviting you to an evening of magic and comedy

RCMP crying fowl over stolen Duncan chickens

Between April 29 and April 30, approximately 24 chickens were stolen from Hope Farm Healing Centre

RCMP crying fowl over stolen Duncan chickens

Between April 29 and April 30, approximately 24 chickens were stolen from Hope Farm Healing Centre

Woman facing 6 charges in fatal 2018 Malahat crash

Sara Thomas to appear in court May 19 in Duncan

CVAC 50th anniversary show opens online

More than 100 artists have entered the show

Cowichan horse rescue needs help after tough beginning to 2020

Humanity for Horses Rescue Foundation has started a GoFundMe campaign with the goal of $33,000

Realistic figure to get Vancouver Island rail up and running $254 million: CEO

"The question should be why have we not already begun?"

Entertainment streaming out of the Duncan Showroom during isolation

We been doing this for five years with 2,000+ archived concerts on YouTube Duncan Showroom channel

Distinctive boat trailer stolen from Shawnigan Lake

"This is a unique trailer that could not have been simply towed away with a regular pickup"

39 Days of July transitions to online shows for 2020

Traditionally, the 39 Days of July has consisted of a series of outdoor musical events

Lake Days cancelled for 2020 due to COVID-19

"The safety and well being of our community is of the utmost importance."

Federal homeless funding heading to Cowichan

Funding of $291,450 in 2020-21 and $463,953 per year until 2023-2024

Work begins on new weir for Cowichan Lake

A contract has been awarded to Stantec Engineering Services to do designs, engineering and studies

Islands Folk Festival cancelled in Cowichan for 2020

While we are disappointed, we stand behind the government's decision

Lila Music Centre offering choir, more online during COVID-19

Cari Burdett is heading online to offer a series of singing opportunities

Cowichan Music Festival stars denied chance at provincials due to COVID-19 cancellation

"We were grateful that we were able to hold the Cowichan Music Festival"

Cowichan Valley Public Art Gallery sharing wealth of online art

The CVPAG page will feature new artists and galleries every two weeks

North Cowichan to police popular trails to ensure physical distancing

"You can expect delays accessing Mount Tzouhalem, or even to be turned away."

Cowichan schools being stymied by outdated student contact info

If you haven't heard from the school by week's end, get in touch