Robert Barron

Holey trees make a stir near Cowichan Bay

Specialists believes cause is insects and climate change

Youth strike for climate change action in Duncan

Hundreds gather in Duncan City Square

Cowichan Valley Regional District’s affordable-housing strategy moves forward

Board signs three-year financial agreement for initiatives

Forestry professor provides tips to North Cowichan on engaging public on forest reserve future

North Cowichan considers forestry options on public lands

City of Duncan removes three large maple trees in McAdam Park

Trees taken down due to safety concerns

Robert Barron column: Opioid crisis hits home, literally

I found two fire trucks and two ambulances parked in my driveway and along the adjacent street

North Cowichan rejects Chemainus pot store application

Considered too close to school, playgrounds

Paving company accidentally spills pond water into Cowichan’s Bings Creek

No contaminents, but water turned milky brown

Seniors’ care home project moving forward in Lake Cowichan

M'aKola Development Services to be retained as consultants

Woman on crusade to save Duncan’s Centennial Park pond from invaders

She began noticing this spring just how clogged the small pond has become with invasive species

CVRD looks to innovative new technologies to deal with waste woes

Nova Scotia-based Sustane Technologies to be monitored

VIDEO: Pride flag raised at Duncan City Hall

Event marks 50th anniversary of decriminalization of homesexuality in Canada

Robert Barron column: Respect needed for 911 program

The dispatcher said she would send a police unit to my home

Cowichan youth to strike against climate change

"Strike for Action" will take place on May 17 in Duncan City Square

Duncan overdose prevention site working at capacity, workers say during open house

Site has seen more than 31,000 clients since it opened in 2017

North Cowichan firefighters deal with second wildfire in one day

Latest one on steep slow on Stoney Hill

False 911 calls taking up valuable police time in Cowichan

More than 1,000 received by local RCMP in 2018

North Cowichan tax increase finally set at 2.95 per cent

Average home will see $49 in increased taxes in 2019