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Police have noticed an increase in property crime in the Duncan area recently, including thefts from vehicles. They are taking steps to mitigate and respond to those calls, and are asking the public to help reduce opportunities for thieves to strike.
Changes at Lake Cowichan papers and damage to business and services a theme in late March
That thrilling shoot-off resulted in one of Whitworth's two medals
Gather at Chances Casino parking lot at 6:30 p.m. 0n April 4
Community centre and recreation programs cancelled through end of April
'Confusing time' as Canada pulls out due to COVID-19, followed by IOC postponement
Cowichan-Malahat-Langford MP spoke to constituents via Facebook on Wednesday
SRA teams up with iloveshawnigan.com for fundraiser
Emergency Food Access Task Force brings several organizations together
CMS handing out hampers, Basket Society doing hampers and sandwiches
Cowichan Valley MLA Furstenau among contenders
Food bank serves Cobble Hill, Mill Bay and Shawnigan Lake
Woman cut two pharmacy employees with glass
Salts and West hopes to make thousands of masks a week to help fight COVID-19
Flights hard to come by during COVID-19 pandemic
Ampersand and Stillhead making hand sanitizer during shortage
'OK Canada, enough is enough! We need to stop this virus from spreading'
Peewee and juvenile events among 17 tournaments cancelled across B.C.
As of last Saturday, March 14, we decided to suspend all parkrun events until the end of April at the earliest. With all the uncertainty caused by coronavirus, it was no surprise that the triumvirate of organizations that enable our event to take place - namely, parkrun Canada, Shawnigan Lake School and the Cowichan Valley Regional District - gave us three different estimates. However, each were consistent in their concern for the well-being of the public and we would like to thank them for their continued support.
Participants concerned about being stuck, visas running out