Cowichan Valley Citizen

Mobile home up in flames at Duncan RV Park

One patient burned, EHS on scene


Sarah Simpson Column: Home is where you know your neighbours

My mom has lived at that address for 43 years.


Argument misleading

She is also not the arbiter of what violence should and should not be condemned.

  • Mar 5, 2021


Business notes: 49th Parallel opens new location at Berkey’s Corner

What's happening in the Cowichan Valley business community

Just don’t change address for most things

What do you suppose would happen if you simply didn't change your stationery or signage

  • Mar 5, 2021

N. Cowichan councillor continues push for regional management of forestry

North Cowichan councillor wants pilot project established

NDP tables dental care program

Millions of Canadians don't visit the dentist every year because they can't afford to.

  • Mar 5, 2021

North Cowichan receives funding to establish strategies for its high-risk fire areas

Privince to provide more than $110,000 for work

  • Mar 5, 2021

Spend money on roads, not trails

Lobbying the government for $250,000 worth of road repair/renewal rather than trails would be good.

  • Mar 5, 2021

Arts and Entertainment column: Lots to see in Duncan in March

Funding success, painters show, folk art, tell your COVID story

Cowichan Valley mom frustrated by lack of mask mandate for elementary students

"Do we want to wait until we end up like Fraser Health?"

Duncan business owners upset about being forced to change address

Owners say City of Duncan's plan will hurt their business

Editorial: Opportunity for equality

COVID-19 has amplified inequalities faced by women; the recovery can be a step forward

  • Mar 4, 2021

Holly the stuffed Rottweiler is missing from Duncan shop

Toy dog missing from front of Lucky Dog U-Bath since Feb.24

Malahat Nation confirms first two cases of COVID-19

Community has been under stay-at-home order since Jan. 7

Neighbours want answers regarding Mill Bay wastewater project

CVRD asks staff for report on issue

Violence in protest a nuanced discussion

protest of ANY kind will only prevail against a democratic government with a moral conscience.

  • Mar 4, 2021

Duncan initiates pilot project to deal with graffiti

Project based on a successful one in Port Alberni

Hopeful Cowichan Capitals make flurry of deadline deals

Roster bolstered in case BCHL season gets go-ahead