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It's been more than two decades in the works but the dream of publishing his book has now come true
Zander Felton, a Valley baritone on the way up, is hoping to share a great evening
There's a chance to buy the building if the Duncan Showroom can step up soon
Marshalling thousands of performers is just a part of the work done by a group of great volunteers
Members of several First Nations are joined by friends and supporters in walk through Duncan
There will be 3,700 participants coming to the region, 2,800 athletes.
From as far as the Pacheedaht territory, they travelled to Duncan to walk to make concerns know
They are still missing but to families and friends, they and their stories are not forgotten
The surprise is that the two people involved are brought together by a love of music
Check out the Osborne Bay pub on Sunday afternoon's for Pat's House of Jazz
"I Have Confidence you'll find Something Good as we say So Long, Farewell to our ancient kitchen stove"
He's released hit singles like 'Anna Marie', 'Rude Awakening', and 'Summer of Our Love'
Is it the magic, is it the music? A guy and a girl just know it happened once.
It's Robert Louis Stevenson's legendary tale of pirates, buried treasure, and more
Centennial Park's 2017 upgrades are finished, but there is still more to do
In a casual atmosphere at the Seniors Centre, a paramedic explains how to collect needles safely
Drainage worries, concerns about emergencies, and lack of overall information make meeting tense
It's full of the passion and fire of Tsarist Russia but brought up to date in a rock musical setting.
Plenty for every kind of theatre fan in Cowichan Musical Society's latest blockbuster
It's a great night for the Scottish when the Cowichan Pipes & Drums hold Robbie Burns Night