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Adam Bay loves the West Coast and the music it inspires in him is being enjoyed by audiences all over the Island and Gulf Islands.
Victoria Symphony will have a grand sendoff right here in Duncan for its first-ever cross-Canada tour.
The Mercury Players’ production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? has been postponed until September
The 36-year-old is still thankful for the moment 10 years ago when a liver transplant saved her life
David Pennington is running for cleaner oceans and communities, one kilometre at a time.
The Quw’utsun’ Cultural and Conference Centre is not closing, according to a press release from Cowichan Tribes.
Member of Parliament Alistair MacGregor is putting federal weight behind stopping contaminated soil dumping at Shawnigan Lake.
Island Oak High School’s senior students are presenting Hitchhiker’s Guide to a Comedy of Errors this Thursday and Friday
Get an inside look at a troubled marriage heading off the rails and resentments bubbling to the surface
I’m in a roomful of media waiting for a press conference in Hampton, New Hampshire. The date is Aug. 14, 2015.
The Cowichan Music Festival let its brightest stars shine March 2 and March 5 at a pair of dazzling highlight concerts
Saskatoon-based alternative rock band Bombargo is ready to travel around and rock the country on the heels of their debut release
Local students will soon have a chance to get ahead — dramatically.
Family drama takes a turn for the darkly comic in the Shawnigan Players’ outstanding production of August: Osage County
Cowichan Valley Dental Group and Mountview Dental opened Thursday, March 3, with Mann’s Pharmacy expected to open later in the day.
A pair of men were arrested Tuesday afternoon in Duncan, following a wild police chase in the aftermath of a drive-by shooting in Nanaimo.
Traffic continues to be single lane for a stretch of Cowichan Bay Road bordering a landslide.
A new art museum in Whistler will feature the work of legendary late Shawnigan Lake painter E.J. Hughes.
The best of baroque music will soon grace the Cowichan Valley.
It will be a classic slice of Canadiana for South Island Musical Theatre Society as they present 'Anne of Green Gables'