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Lake Cowichan mayor and council are not in favour of the proposed readjustment of the south Vancouver Island federal electoral boundaries.
CVRD is looking to adopt a new garbage and recycle collection plan for all of its electoral areas.
Council gives support, in principle,to the fundraising efforts of the LCFD for the eventual purchase of a 12 foot Zodiac rescue boat
Where does your food come from? Raising chickens is part of knowing just that. Families can grows a lot of their own food.
Polished up and ready to roll, classic cars owned by various automobile enthusiasts from around Vancouver Island, packed the parking lots
Retreads Hiking Group, in partnership with Cowichan Lake Recreation, will be breathing life into the Lake Cowichan Terry Fox Run.
When a field fire broke out at the top of Heger Crescent near Skutz Falls two neighbourhood youth seemed to know exactly what to do.
Vancouver Island ArtistFest premiered last year in Victoria and ventured to the wilds of Honeymoon Bay in search of a larger venue
I got thinking about the amount of waste we create as a society and as individuals on a daily basis.
Honeymoon Bay Blackberry Festival is set to take place on Saturday, Sept. 1 at the Honeymoon Bay Market, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m
Kaatza Museum displays were hit yet again by vandals in the early part of last week.
Cowichan Lake and River Stewards members and others from the community and around Vancouver Island, kicked off its 4th Annual River Clean-up
Until Aug. 26, the Canadian Red Cross has joined forces with Walmart Canada to raise funds for disaster preparedness response.
We are nearing the end of summer and still have one more long weekend to go before school begins.
On Aug. 18, cyclists from all over Vancouver Island and B.C. came to Lake Cowichan to participate in an Australian Pursuit style road race.
Lake Cowichan resident Johanna Phillips, woke to discover that her laughing Buddha garden ornament had been stolen from her front lawn.
After 30 years of organizing the Appollos Slo-pitch Tournament, Mayor Ross Forrest has decided to hang up his glove, so to speak.
The countdown to Tuesday, Sept. 4, the beginning of a new school year, has begun.
Three Lake Cowichan kids took part in the B.C. Hockey Officiating School at the Cowichan Lake Sports Arena this past week.
Six teams were formed for the annual 1/2 Cutz tournament, a two day event to raise funds for Cowichan Valley families