James Goldie

CVRD renews victim services contract

The CVRD has renewed its contract with RCMP victim services in Lake Cowichan for another five years.

Bus service cuts made to Youbou, Honeymoon Bay

Transit users in the Cowichan Lake area will notice some changes to service around the lake,

$1 million in pot, Thunderbirds, railway fight

Welcome to Lake Flashback. Reporter James Goldie has been combing through old newspapers with

Riparian zone threats at the Lake getting worse

Riparian zones — those important buffers between land and water found all around Cowichan

Low water threatens Vancouver lampreys

Already a rare and threatened species, the Vancouver lamprey — which is only known to exist

Sign removal catches some off-guard

Residents and visitors arriving at the Lake via Highway 18 last week were likely surprised to find the decades-old welcome

Mushroom Festival ‘best ever’ says organizer

The enthusiasm of mushroom lovers from across the Cowichan Valley and beyond has once again helped

Catalyst completes pump installation at Cowichan Lake weir

Twenty pumps are now underwater at the weir, installed and ready to go, which leaves one big question:

Cowichan Valley teen’s legacy lives on at MD walk

At this year’s Nanaimo Walk for Muscular Dystrophy there will be at least one smiling face absent

Mushroom expert Ingeborg Woodsworth ready to share her passion

The Cowichan Lake district is famous among outdoor enthusiasts for its mountain trails, winding river and

Motor Gathering raises $153K for charities

Organizers of 2016 Vancouver Island Motor Gathering are hailing the event as a success, following

Hazardous waste assessment to be required for building permits

The Town of Lake Cowichan is adopting new measures to ensure the health and safety of its employees

Town supports 2% hotel tax

Town council has endorsed the idea of a two per cent municipal regional district tax on hotels

Small fire halls band together for recruitment

On Saturday, representatives from six of the Cowichan Valley Regional District’s volunteer fire departments

Lake Flashback: Week of September 21 … 2006, 1991, 1976

Welcome to Lake Flashback. Reporter James Goldie has been combing through old newspapers with

Motor Gathering draws big crowd in Duncan, raises $150K

Organizers of 2016 Vancouver Island Motor Gathering are hailing the event as a success,

Cowichan Lake weir to hit zero storage on Sept. 26

Water levels in Cowichan Lake continue to drop to dangerous depths and will no longer flow naturally over the weir by the end of

Lake Cowichan School numbers growing

Lake Cowichan School is not only growing but “bursting at the seams” according to

FACE or CLACS? Take your pick for new group’s name

An arts and culture organization specifically for people in the Cowichan Lake

Lake Cowichan’s Footwear Centre welcomes new owner

From one entrepreneur to another, a torch is being passed by the owner of one of Lake Cowichan’s oldest businesses.