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“You can expect delays accessing Mount Tzouhalem, or even to be turned away.”
If you haven’t heard from the school by week’s end, get in touch
The facility will be closed for at least the week of March 23-28
With the technologies we have now at least it’s not as isolating as it once would have been.
We don’t want to overload people on COVID-19.
Arts and entertainment column: Music of all kinds coming to Cowichan (check to make sure event still on before you go)
A taste of some of the arts and entertainment happening in the Cowichan Valley
An ongoing list of events that have been cancelled in the Cowichan Valley due to COVID-19
MacMaster’s show was set to be packed, and would have well exceeded that number.
CVRD recommends ‘social distancing’ as WHO declares COVID-19 pandemic; Green Party cancels leadership campaign events
All services remain available
A big crowd turned out at the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre
There is no sense in rushing out and filling multiple carts full of toilet paper and pasta
The Cowichan Folk Guild is urging everyone to go West My Friend this weekend.
The choir from École Mt. Prevost will be also be featured
Quantities of suspected MDMA and Shatter, a marijuana derivative and benzodiazepine, were seized.
The view from my back deck yielded smoke billowing into the air.
On the big screen at the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre, classic Porgy and Bess.
Never have these problems been so bad as they are now
An Acoustic Evening With Natalie MacMaster on Thursday, March 12 at the Performing Arts Centre.
Firefighters were called out at 7 a.m. to a blaze at the Twin Gables Motel
The generosity of the people and businesses in the Cowichan Valley never ceases to warm my heart.