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Just in time for Valentine's, Dr. Cheryl Fraser, a Cowichan Valley born and raised psychologist, sex therapist, author and speaker, is offering a special evening for couples designed to re-ignite great love, romance and sex.
Ethan Sampson has been missing since Thursday night.
Peninsula Co-op is once again joining the Duncan Cowichan Chamber of Commerce in supporting the Black Tie Awards by sponsoring the Volunteer of the Year category.
Dine Cowichan, the fabulous food festival is back for a fourth mouth-watering year.
Emily Lavender loves playing games.
It's not yet clear how extensive the limit on development would be
The three homicides recorded were certainly an anomaly in what is generally a peaceful place to live
The kids were all smiles
Our friends at 89.7 Juice FM in Duncan are playing some beautiful Christmas music again this year, to the tune of $436,000 worth of food raised for local food banks.
The surprise of the night came when Siebring switched to the no side
"The deficit we have because of the Visitor Centre is a challenge"
Recent decisions reminders of this council's well-deserved reputation for being anti-business
Debbie Simmonds has been in the business for two decades
The Duncan Cowichan Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for the 2020 Black Tie Awards.
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.