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Concern remains: Province grants permission to store water in the lake longer, but denies request to store more
Money laundering: sentencing date pending after guilty verdict in 2011 incident off south Vancouver Island coast
North Cowichan council approved a 0.5-per-cent tax hike to help fuel the Climate Action and Energy Plan.
Smoking is bed is the suspected cause of a fire Jan. 11 at Lockwood Villa in Chemainus.
Going, going. . . : Community meeting scheduled to address the issue
Coroners Service confirms identity of driver in freak accident that closed Hwy. 18 to Lake Cowichan, Wednesday, Nov.7
Up to Cowichan: Formal public process needed to change storage practices
Catalyst restructuring meeting expected to take place this Wednesday (May 23).
Former North Cowichan mayor's celebration of life will take place April 19 at 2 p.m. at Cavalry Baptist Church in Chemainus.
Green organics bins for curbside pickup will be delivered to North Cowichan households in April.
Two Chemainus males were arrested Wednesday afternoon by local and Victoria police following an ongoing investigation.
Stench from composting in Chemainus’ industrial park has North Cowichan council sniffing at bylaw changes to plug future odour problems.
A fresh five-year contract between Crofton’s pulp-mill owners and one of its two unions faces a worker ratification vote Saturday.
Workers at Crofton's Catalyst mill are under pressure as they are being asked to ink a new labour deal crucial to the future of the company.
After nine years and nearly 500 shows, the Dancing Bean has closed.
Veteran woodworker, union boss, forestry politician, negotiator and family man Roger Stanyer lost his battle with cancer Dec. 29.
Bluegrass Fever infects the Chemainus Legion with the Backporch Banjo band this Saturday, unloading 120-odd traditional and original tunes.
Chemainus' revitalization plan passes at special meeting held Oct. 8.
Meeting to address library issue and other plan elements
North Cowichan candidates at odds over ease of working with government and competing with development