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Disappointment likely looms, according to a SD79 report
One item there was a two-foot-tall candy cane.
Keep your foot off the gas or police might get their hands on your wallet.
Mayor Peters takes personal leave of absence
Yep, I wanted my nearly six-year-old, to play video games.
Lake Cowichan Mayor Rod Peters said the message is "Stay safe, stay home," but at least one CVRD official is hoping people will get out and enjoy the region.
B.C. parents will have the option of sending their children back to school, at least in part, come June 1, according to Premier John Horgan and Education Minister Rob Fleming's announcement on Friday, May 15 about the role education would play in the BC Restart Plan, and the Cowichan Valley school district will be ready.
North Cowichan council adopts financial plan
Pandemic changes Lake Cowichan council's minds
Dave Dhaliwal lived in the Cowichan Valley for 50 years
The accompanying Facebook post had members of the community fuming.
I felt productive. I miss those days.
Welcome to Lake Flashback. Reporter Sarah Simpson has been combing through old newspapers with the assistance of the Kaatza Station Museum and Archives so we can jog your memory, give you that nostalgic feeling, or just a chuckle, as we take a look at what was making headlines this week around Cowichan Lake in years gone by.
"We could have to be at home long enough that we'll outgrow our clothes!"
"Oh my God I've become my mother."
Mask and scrub cap sewing brigade connects online
Council made the unanimous decision at a special council meeting April 15
Taxes aren't going down but they won't be going up as much as North Cowichan brass had anticipated when staff first began the latest round of 2020 budget talks.
Fast forward to the quarantine days.
Police were called around 10 p.m. on Dec. 30, 2019 to remove a "severely intoxicated" woman