Robert Barron

North Cowichan to dip into reserve funds to cover forestry costs

Municipality has no revenue from logging in 2021 due to ongoing review

Cowichan Valley residents with feeders cautioned to watch for sick birds

Pine Siskin birds flocking at feeders, spreading disease

Heavy rain brings flooding to Lake Cowichan

Town hands out sandbags to concerned citizens

Cabins to go in at tenting sites for homeless in Duncan Friday

A total of 39 cabins are to be placed at two sites

Proposed tax increase in North Cowichan significantly reduced to 2.31 per cent

A tax increase of more than seven per cent was feared

Victim of New Year’s Eve blaze in Duncan described as “good man”

Daughter of Gerry Dore starts GoFundMe page to help pay for funeral

Business notes: Cinder and Sea to hold art classes in the new year

A look at what's happening in Cowichan's business community

City of Duncan to purchase $12,400 paper folder

City has about 3,700 invoices to be mailed between January and April

Vaccines for general public in the Cowichan Valley not expected anytime soon

Island Health has received just 1,950 doses of vaccine so far

Society wants North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP detachment property returned to wetlands

Advocates state regular flooding would be mitigated, and salmon conservation assisted

North Cowichan looks to deal with nuisance properties more efficiently

New bylaw gets first three readings

Business notes: Jerry’s Cannabis to open in Lake Cowichan

What's going on in Cowichan's business community

North Cowichan asked to officially object to location of wellness centre

Group continues efforts to change location from York Road

Open food court may return to downtown Duncan next summer

DDBIA in discussions with City of Duncan

Cowichan Hospice House officially opens

10-bed facility cost $10 million to build

Neighbours horrified as dangerous marine flares shot off in Maple Bay

Illegal to use distress flares except in emergencies

Students and community step up to help supply Cowichan Secondary mechanics class

About $2,500 raised for tools at Cowichan Secondary School