Caitlin McKay

Understanding chronic pain

The Chronic Pain Educational Support Group in Ladysmith hopes to raise awareness and honour a member during Chronic Pain Awareness Week.

Good art comes in small packages at the Ladysmith Waterfront Gallery

The theme of the November show at the Ladysmith Waterfront Gallery is small and wild. The show's opening night is Sat., Nov. 3.

Shaku offers free anti-bullying workshop

Shaku Family Martial Arts is holding a Bully Expert workshop Sat., Nov. 3 in Ladysmith.

St. Joseph’s students walk for World Food Day

Students at St. Joseph's Catholic Elementary School in Chemainus collected food for the food bank and walked on World Food Day.

Fundraiser with a bark

Comedians Sean Jonas and Beverly O'Neil are hosting a comedy night this Saturday in Ladysmith to raise money for the SPCA.

Ladysmith’s Mary Fox going Back to the Land

Ladysmith potter is part of a Victoria art exhibition featuring work by celebrated potters during the 1970s and early 1980s.

Vancouver Island mayors share success stories

Mayors from Ladysmith, North Cowichan, Parksville and Qualicum Beach spoke about revitalization at the Global Mural Conference in Chemainus.

Horseshoe Bay Inn ‘definitely on the up turn’

One hundred and 20 years after opening its doors, the Horseshoe Bay Inn in Chemainus is still going strong.

Global Mural Conference coming to Chemainus

Chemainus is hosting a global congress on economic development through the arts, culture and tourism Sept. 10-13.

Chemainus business community asks ‘where are we going from here?’

The Chemainus business community is hosting a Think Tank session Sept. 11 from 5-7 p.m. to look at where the town is headed.

Ladysmith family giving back to Habitat for Humanity

As she moved out of her home, Habitat for Humanity homeowner Teresa Battle is giving her house back to the organization.

Kings Without will rock Transfer Beach this Sunday

The next installment of Ladysmith Concerts in the Park features original rockers Kings Without this Sunday at 6 p.m.

Proposed electoral boundary changes could divide Ladysmith

The British Columbia Electoral Boundaries Commission is redrawing the boundary lines to better serve the population of Vancouver Island.