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Six local job seekers will gain work experience in business, marketing social enterprise and event planning while helping the Cowichan Green Community expand its food security programs.
Corry Belcourt and his crew have left home.
The Best Western Cowichan Valley Inn in Duncan has turned some heads.
Alderlea Dental Health will be holding an Oral Cancer Screening Day in Duncan on April 13.
British Columbia Lottery Corporation, the Crown corporation responsible for commercial gaming in the province, has announced a new resource for the Cowichan Valley.
A Just Society ranks as one of film maker Nick Versteeg's most challenging
Thorne has been volunteering with CFC since 2015 and is a member of its board of directors.
The Chamber has announced the addition of the Advisory Cafe
In between cheque presentations, Chuang talked about his humble beginnings in China.
The organization recently marked the first-year anniversary of the opening of its ReStore outlet
For the Love of Nonprofits is the only event of its kind on Vancouver Island
"We're here to respond to oil spills."
I'm always impressed with the volume of letters to the editor that we receive here at the Cowichan Citizen.
A couple of weeks ago I had the opportunity of speaking to Networking for Non-Profits Cowichan.
For Jones, it's important work and it's personal.
Watch for Dine Cowichan coming up in February
Elly Ruge grew up in the automotive world and she's definitely firing on all cylinders
Executive director Sonja Nagel says the Chamber is thrilled to have Island Savings as a partner.
B.C.'s insurance system is badly flawed and about to get worse: Insurance Bureau of Canada.
Will Arnold offers a grim assessment of the community he has fallen in love with.