Warren Goulding

Business notes: Retro game hangout opening in Duncan

Emily Lavender loves playing games. And her new business venture promises to…

Business notes: Proposed moratorium on development in North Cowichan a poor idea

It’s not yet clear how extensive the limit on development would be

Warren Goulding column: Murder and mayhem shadowed 2019 in Cowichan

The three homicides recorded were certainly an anomaly in what is generally a peaceful place to live

Cowichan Brain Injury Society struggling; break-in makes things worse

“Sometimes it seems like I take one step forward and two back”

Business notes: Stuff the Truck event in Duncan a huge $436K success

Our friends at 89.7 Juice FM in Duncan are playing some beautiful…

N. Cowichan rejects Motorsport rezoning for a second time

The surprise of the night came when Siebring switched to the no side

Business notes: Chamber numbers up as new board takes over

“The deficit we have because of the Visitor Centre is a challenge”

Warren Goulding column: City of Duncan cuts hurting businesses

Recent decisions reminders of this council’s well-deserved reputation for being anti-business

Business notes: Realtor Simmonds moves to Cloud Brokerage

Debbie Simmonds has been in the business for two decades

Business notes: Nominate Cowichan businesses for awards

The Duncan Cowichan Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for the 2020 Black Tie Awards.

Business notes: High5 for second cannabis store open in Duncan

High5 Retail began operations in late October at 521 Canada Ave.

Business notes: It was a BIG DAY for small business in Cowichan

Six panelists provided insight and candid comments about their businesses

Richmonds break ground for new 49th Parallel store in Duncan

It has taken four decades but Wayne Richmond is embarking on something of a homecoming.

Business notes: Iconic Cowichan Campaign an award winner

Tourism Cowichan has won the Marketing Campaign of the Year Award at…

Lifecycle of a Business drawing BIG interest at Cowichan symposium

“The program is brimming with dynamic guest speakers and workshop sessions”

Carter family continues tradition of making musical memories in Cowichan

On Saturday the Alf Carter Band, will be providing the entertainment at the Eagles Hall in Duncan.

Business notes: New public art gallery will bring economic benefits to Cowichan Valley

“The Valley will have a precious intellectual and cultural treasure that will enrich us”

Business notes: Meet the volunteers at the Cowichan Regional Visitor Centre

The Cowichan Regional Visitor Centre is an integral part of the Valley’s…

Hearing brings memories of largest meeting turnout N. Cowichan has ever seen

Tuesday night’s huge turnout for a controversial public hearing was rare but not unprecedented.