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Influx of tourists depletes Honeymoon Bay water reservoir

Influx of tourists depletes Honeymoon Bay water reservoir

Breaking ground at new community garden

Breaking ground at Lake Cowichan's new community garden

Lake teachers look for public support to get back to class

Teachers look for public support to get back to class

Food bank now has until Sept. 15 to find new location

Food bank now has until Sept. 15 to find new location

Injection needed to revitalize local real estate market

Five-year drought: Job creation may be key to renewing the area’s real estate market

Youbou residents don’t want to pay for truck wash

Funding battle: Critics slam plan to spend $5,000 on truck wash; CVRD board to vote

Lake Cowichan hockey greats added to local sports wall of fame

Jim Peterson and Richard Hajdu, Lake Cowichan hockey greats added to local sports wall of fame

Town of Lake Cowichan’s roundabout construction to begin…soon

Town is still not sure exactly when construction on the roundabout and South Shore Road resurfacing project will begin

Candidates respond to topics concerning Cowichan Lake residents

Dust, watershed control, doctors, forestry, education and school closures top issues.

Saturday ‘summer nights’ entertainment back

Summer Nights organizers will once again be bringing in a wealth of talent for residents and tourists to enjoy.

Town supports ‘in principle’ local control of Cowichan Watershed

Momentum building towards local control of our watersheds

Workshop aims to engage stakeholders in process of lakeshore management

Workshop was meant to engage key stakeholders and explore ways to manage Cowichan Lake to protect ecosystem health

Tougher no-smoking laws in the future for Lake Cowichan?

Proposal actually stems from the medical health officers of Vancouver Island and is a way to reinforce smoking laws already in place in B.C.

Low turn out for town’s financial plan review

Town outlined the proposed budget projections and the major projects planned over the next four years.

Cowichan citizen group using provincial election to push for local watershed management

One Cowichan would like to take advantage of the upcoming provincial election to this end.

Town explores organic waste to energy options

town to “evaluate its options for recovering energy and other resources from organic waste.”