Robert Barron

Cowichan Bay leads the Valley in water conservation

Cowichan Water Conservation Challenge began in 2013

North Cowichan council removes breed-specific clauses from animal bylaw

Breed-specific legislation to be scrapped

North Cowichan appeals new permit for expansion at Chemainus composting facility

Province allows composting facility to expand processing

North Cowichan looks to smaller pot operations

Micro-marijuana facilities will be allowed in some commercial zones

CVRD sets tax increase for 2019 at 7.27%

New water and housing functions make up 3.52 % of increase

City of Duncan contemplates expanding borders

Residents will be asked opinion in upcoming citizen's survey

Paper Excellence finalizes deal to acquire Crofton’s Catalyst Paper

Sale includes Crofton mill, plus mills in Port Alberni and Powell River

Robert Barron column: Forestry big part of Island’s culture

I was delighted to be working within a day of my interview.

Big crowd and many opinions at tense Cowichan Bay rezoning meeting

CVRD directors will now decide if controversial rezoning moves ahead

New crime analyst position proposed for North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP

Position a top priority for North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP deatchment

Teddy the dog trial postponed for two weeks in Duncan

Defence counsel withdraws due to "personal tragedy"

North Cowichan endorses harvesting of blow-down trees reserve

But citizen's group wants more information

One Billion Rising event in Duncan all about respect for women

Annual event draws more than 200 people to Duncan's City Square

Case of whooping cough confirmed in Duncan

Island Health sends letters to potential exposure sites in the area

Robert Barron column: Patience required for local pot stores

Still none open in the Valley months after legalization

N. Cowichan wants environmental assessment before CVRD decides on estuary rezoning

North Cowichan Coun. Rob Douglas brought the issue to the table at the meeting.

New North Cowichan/Duncan detachment building finally back on track

Noth Cowichan agrees "in principle" to proceed with project

New 650-metre skywalk to be built on the Malahat

Project a partnership between the Malahat Nation and private company