Cowichan Valley Citizen

Drivesmart column: Clear your frosty windows BEFORE driving

85 per cent of the information we require to drive safely comes to us through our eyes.

  • Sep 20, 2020


Chris Wilkinson column: Growth really is that important for happier aging

Can growth really make us happy?

  • Sep 19, 2020


Hundreds march against location of safe injection site

A Voice for Our Children opposes centre being near schools, recreation sites


Sarah Simpson Column: Creativity, and smoke, yields two new ‘computers’

My son opted to empty the recycling bin of all its boxes and create stuff.

Arts & Entertainment column: A new book, an art prize, and an AGM

Here are a few of the things happening in Cowichan's arts and culture scene.

BCHL approves back-up plan for 2020-21 season

Without gate revenue, league will rely on player fees, government and business support

Business notes: Smile Cookies campaign on at local Tim Hortons locations

A taste of what's happening in Cowichan's business community

Cowichan golf pro Jackson up for provincial honour

Cowichan Golf Club mainstay is already the only two-time winner

Decision on judicial review of Cowichan Motorsport decision could take months

VIMC said it was assured by North Cowichan that expansion would be allowed

Editorial: Tiny houses should be an option in Cowichan

We are missing the boat by not enabling the building of tiny houses.

  • Sep 17, 2020

Groups may not be what they say they are

Did he even read the two letters he seemed so intent on criticizing?

  • Sep 17, 2020

Response full of theatrics, fallacies

Turning away from this straw man we can instead focus our attention on the issues.

  • Sep 17, 2020

South Cowichan Lawn Tennis Club goes retro

Wood Racket Tournament features period uniforms

Tiny homes could help housing issues in North Cowichan, says housing official

John Horn says homeless need shelter with winter coming

Transition Network clearly Marxist

Permaculture has become a vehicle for Marxist indoctrination.

  • Sep 17, 2020

Communism not a threat, but transparency needed from local organizations

I agree, communism died in Russia

  • Sep 16, 2020

Cowichan gets big $6.5 million per year boost for health care

Province commits $6.5 million annually to establish primary-care network

  • Sep 16, 2020

March Saturday in Duncan to protest Wellness Centre

Controversial site is close to 4 schools

Market finally reopens more than seven months after extreme flood

COVID situation lengthened an already long renovation process

  • Sep 16, 2020