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High5 Retail began operations in late October at 521 Canada Ave.
Six panelists provided insight and candid comments about their businesses
It has taken four decades but Wayne Richmond is embarking on something of a homecoming.
Tourism Cowichan has won the Marketing Campaign of the Year Award at the Tourism Vancouver Island awards ceremony held in October.
"The program is brimming with dynamic guest speakers and workshop sessions"
On Saturday the Alf Carter Band, will be providing the entertainment at the Eagles Hall in Duncan.
"The Valley will have a precious intellectual and cultural treasure that will enrich us"
The Cowichan Regional Visitor Centre is an integral part of the Valley's tourism strategy.
Tuesday night's huge turnout for a controversial public hearing was rare but not unprecedented.
North Cowichan councillors have put the brakes on a controversial expansion plan
A marathon public hearing lasted for more than 13 hours over two days
Coast Capital Savings in Duncan has stepped up to assist an organization working to bring attention to the issue of missing and murdered men and women.
The hearing wasn't shut down until 11 p.m. and will continue on Thursday night
One-day professional development and networking symposium
Nikki Bigger will leave the Cowichan Valley with a broken heart and without Frankie.
Ryan Isherwood's body shop business is on a roll, but it wasn't always a smooth ride.
Neel says the response over the last month has been very positive
Took the opportunity to educate the two couples that he says were in their 20s and 40s.
Business owners and business organizations are supportive of the Circuit's operation on Highway 18.
The man accused of killing a Chemainus man more than three years ago has been declared unfit to stand trial.