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As well as the airport, Arsenault can transport folks to North Saanich, BC Ferries and other points
Tourism Cowichan has launched its #IconicCowichan campaign and contest for the 2019 summer season. This campaign is designed to drive traffic to more areas in the Cowichan region, encourage visitors to stay longer, and spread awareness of the Tourism Cowichan brand online.
The Amazing Race involved 9 teams making stops after figuring out their next move based on clues.
There is a long list of charities and organizations in the Cowichan Valley that are in need of financial help. And Greg and Judy Adams, Steve and Lisa Carlson have helped many of them out at one time or another.
Knowing it was a suicide is enough
The times they are indeed a-changin' and four Cowichan Valley women have embraced the new era of travel planning enthusiastically.
Cowichan Tribes Chief William (Chip) Seymour is challenging the federal government to act quickly on the more than 200 recommendations contained in the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls inquiry's final report.
2018 disappearance sparked massive search
Fears revealing exactly how Ben Kilmer took his life will have traumatic affect on her two children
In May, Island Ford representatives arrived with a cheque for $5,000 donation.
A solution to parking problems, not to mention obesity, might be as close as the nearest bicycle.
The main restaurant area was largely spared
Most of the more than 200 boats harvesting spot prawns freeze their catch and ship it away.
"That was Ben, never one to let anything get in the way of his dreams..."
Brothers David, Wayne and Grant have all played key roles in the development of the company
The new beer will be called HarbourCats Ballpark Blonde
Randy Gauthier has tackled a number of large and challenging projects in his painting career.
The 3,000 square foot store on Station Street in downtown Duncan has been a resounding success
"We are updating and revitalizing our message and the new exhibit is just fantastic."
Paul and Corinne Lieffertz have never been busier and they're loving every minute of it.