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The eighth season of CBC's Dragons' Den featured a pitch by Ladysmith entrepreneurs Chip Nary and Alexa Grier.
Organization created in response to the death of David Alton partners with community groups to combat hunger and homelessness.
Local entrepreneurs seek liquidity from Dragons' to lubricate launch of signature lotion. Tune in to CBC tonight at 8 p.m. to watch.
North Cowichan wins big at the 2013 Union of BC Municipalities convention in Vancouver Sept. 16-20.
Cedar area parents, Snuneymuxw First Nation and Nanaimo-North Cowichan MLA Doug Routley band together to challenge SD68 plan.
Residents living close to Holland Creek take note: A mother bear and two cubs have recently been spotted in the area.
Residents on the eastern fringes of Chemainus were without power for several hours Sept. 24 as BC Hydro replaced a shattered pole.
The Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock arrived in Ladysmith this afternoon.
Ladysmith Secondary School's Grade 8 girls hosted a volleyball mini tournament Sept. 25.
Darian Harris, a 15-year-old training at the Pacific Coast Hockey Academy, is our Athlete of the Month for September.
Local entrepreneurs seek liquidity from business moguls to help launch signature lotion.
Members of the BC Jeep Club help clean up Chemainus River Provincial Park for second year in a row.
Ladysmith to host a variety of fundraising events in the lead up to Tour's arrival.
Overnight moorage at Ladysmith Maritime Society Community Marina continues to climb.
Local product’s football career continues blocking for Langford
Volunteer fire departments from six Cowichan Valley communities are seeking new recruits.
Family members are hosting a fundraiser gala and golf tournament for Darian Harris Sept. 21 at the Mount Brenton Golf Course.
LaFF partners with the LDBA to host "Harvest Moon" dance and with Ladysmith Community Gardens to celebrate fall harvest.
Saltair's Tom Sharpe and Thetis Island cyclist Dave Steen earn three medals apiece at competition in Kamloops.
Sunday morning's Terry Fox Run raised close to $2,000 for cancer research.