Andrea Rondeau

Andrea Rondeau column: What are your time capsule must-haves?

It would also be fun to include some pop culture mementos that represent our time.

Andrea Rondeau column: All of us gadget dinosaurs are not alone

If you think the old-school gadgets of the past are long gone, think again.

Power out at Cowichan Lake to 4,000

BC Hydro’s website said crews are en route to the site.

Celebration of life for homicide victim Fran Shurie set for Wednesday in Duncan

The event is open to family and friends, and media is asked to stay away.

Top Cowichan Valley stories from 2019

A dozen poisoned bald eagles were found in the Cowichan Valley in…

Video and photos of persons of interest in Christmas Eve homicides in Duncan

The first person of interest is described as possibly a Caucasian male

UPDATE: 90 customers remain without power in Cowichan Lake area

There is also an outage near Shawnigan Lake affecting 54 customers.

Andrea Rondeau column: Letters from January, 2019

Traditionally, letters don’t fall under the material we put in the year in review.

UPDATE: Police investigating homicide in Duncan on Christmas Day

Nearby in Charles Hoey Park, a tent had been set up.

Andrea Rondeau column: Stressed out by pre-holidays job rush

The newsroom is a crazy place before the holidays.

UPDATE: Power restored after Duncan outage

Power has been restored in downtown Duncan. Power went out at about…

‘Nutcracker’ a hit with Cowichan audiences

A big crowd was entranced Saturday, Dec. 7 when the Royal City…

Andrea Rondeau column: Remembering the windstorm of 2018; how prepared are you for an emergency?

Last year on Dec. 20 the Cowichan Valley was walloped by the worst windstorm in memory in the region.

Victoria event celebrates 100 years of Indian settlement in Canada

The event will be held at Victoria City Hall from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Andrea Rondeau column: The opioid, homelessness crises are on our doorstep

They had used three naloxone kits in three weeks to treat random people they’d found overdosing

Province begins forfeiture of Shawnigan contaminated soil site

The forfeiture proceedings do not impact the closure plan for the landfill site

Andrea Rondeau column: Photographs in journalism capture the good times and the bad

Capturing what is going on around us isn’t always controversy-free.

Cyclist hit and seriously injured on TCH in Duncan Friday

Initial findings are that the cyclist rode across four lanes of traffic on the TCH

1 dead, 2 seriously injured in crash with elk on Hwy. 18 in Cowichan

North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP were called to the scene at about 8 p.m. Tuesday night