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From Cowichan, loggers, farmers, navvies, sawmill workers, bank clerks, merchants and volunteer firemen, all were off to Victoria to enlist.
“We would rather never have the Railway than have one at the price proposed by the last parliament.”—letter to the editor.
Although it doesn’t rank with the infamous trunk murders of Brighton, New Orleans, Vancouver does have its own sort-of ‘trunk murder.’
When I defended his publishing policy in a review of one of his books, it earned me a warm thank you from Mel Hurtig himself.
Victoria’s Old Cemeteries Society has established a special Nellie Cashman Fund to raise money for a centennial stone
Now semi-derelict, the motor vessel Laurier II has worked both sides of the law in her 80-year career.
A little-known saga in Cowichan Valley forestry history ‘celebrates’ its centennial this year.
There was even the suggestion of a senatorship but that would have meant his having to leave Nanaimo so he declined.
It's one of Cowichan's unsung 'landmarks,' tucked away in rural Sahtlam on what was the historic Hillcrest Lumber Co. mill property.
“I killed, myself, in an hour, in the river that runs through one of our claims, 16 trout, some weighing over three pounds.”—William Lee.