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Wes Everitt has spent his retirement years volunteering in and around Chemainus in many different ways.
Dr. Brian Thom has created a video tracking nearly three decades of land use and says the amount of private land deforestation is striking.
Concern: boat anchors in spawning grounds; crushes eggs and embryo fish that are still under the gravel
The owners of Nanaimo's Fox and Hounds Pub are moving their establishment to Ladysmith and plan to open this summer.
Big picture: councillor lobbying for a way to process residential compost pick-up in town instead of shipping it out
The food bank needs help around Christmas, but all throughout the year as well.
Famed Canadian tenor Ken Lavigne performs a sold-out Home for Christmas concert Dec. 20 at Chemainus United Church.
Not just one day to remember: National push asks vets to display badges and medals on Nov. 1 and Nov. 30
Nine members of the Chemainus Rotary Club will take part in their first international project this February in Guatemala.
Declined: Council decides to stay the course in order
to protect summer supply
Circle route, part two? Effort underway to turn rough and ready route to the West Coast into an official public road
Coach Karen: Lake Cowichan mom given provincial honour
Members of Ladysmith Rotary Club named Ed Nicholson their Rotarian of the Year, recognizing his involvement in many projects.
Rotarians are raising money for families in Guatemala during a garage sale Saturday, Oct. 19 in Chemainus.
Port Hardy—Less than a dozen people showed to hear a DFO representative try to sell the idea of transferable halibut quotas.
If you’re a golfer looking to hit the ball longer and straighter ... geez, scrap that.
Talks are about to begin that could see the Prince Rupert ferry stop in Port Hardy before continuing south on another proposed route.
The mayor of Port McNeill is making no apologies for his letter of support of the Enbridge Northern Gateway Project.
It is still a work in process, but Mt. Waddington Health Network’s Addictions and Recovery plan has come together nicely
Tim Schumacher said he wants people to know the hunt for those who illegally dump items into wooded or out of the way areas is still on