Warren Goulding

Who was Chris Bloomfield, the Mill Bay man shot by police?

Who was Chris Bloomfield, the Mill Bay man shot by police?

A troubled man with a voracious appetite for illicit drugs and a non-conventional lifestyle

Who was Chris Bloomfield, the Mill Bay man shot by police?
Who was Chris Bloomfield, the Mill Bay man shot by police?

Who was Chris Bloomfield, the Mill Bay man shot by police?

A troubled man with a voracious appetite for illicit drugs and a non-conventional lifestyle

Who was Chris Bloomfield, the Mill Bay man shot by police?
UPDATE: Man killed by police at Mill Bay trailer park identified as Chris Bloomfield

UPDATE: Man killed by police at Mill Bay trailer park identified as Chris Bloomfield

Officers were attempting arrest in connection to previous assault

UPDATE: Man killed by police at Mill Bay trailer park identified as Chris Bloomfield
Warren Goulding column: Auspicious start for new North Cowichan mayor

Warren Goulding column: Auspicious start for new North Cowichan mayor

The swearing in ceremony for the Municipality of North Cowichan was a breath of fresh air

Warren Goulding column: Auspicious start for new North Cowichan mayor
Warren Goulding column: Do we have the right to know?

Warren Goulding column: Do we have the right to know?

When is it OK to invade an individual’s privacy for the sake of a story?

Warren Goulding column: Do we have the right to know?
Public invited to light candle tonight in Ben Kilmer’s memory

Public invited to light candle tonight in Ben Kilmer’s memory

The body of the 41-year-old father of two young children was found on Oct. 17.

Public invited to light candle tonight in Ben Kilmer’s memory
Former attorney general Suzanne Anton is leading the charge against proportional representation. (file)

Anton leads opposition to proportional representation

The society is determined to defeat the proportional representation system proposal

Former attorney general Suzanne Anton is leading the charge against proportional representation. (file)
Suzanne Anton collects her $1 prize from Exhibition president Tony Irwin. (Warren Goulding/Citizen)

Exhibition winner collects long-awaited prize

Suzanne Anton headed ot the Ex to collect prize in limbo for more than half a century.

Suzanne Anton collects her $1 prize from Exhibition president Tony Irwin. (Warren Goulding/Citizen)
Greg Adams, owner of six local Tim Hortons franchises, takes a turn at the counter. (Warren Goulding/Citizen)

Giving back to Cowichan key for owner of six local Tim Hortons

Adams has embraced tradition and gone above and beyond what is expected of local franchise owners

Greg Adams, owner of six local Tim Hortons franchises, takes a turn at the counter. (Warren Goulding/Citizen)
There were cars in plenty at the Island Motor Gathering at the Island Motorsport Circuit on Sunday, Aug. 26. (Lexi Bainas/Citizen)

VIDEO: Motor Gathering in Duncan raises $186K for charities

More than 7,000 car buffs reveled in an automotive paradise

There were cars in plenty at the Island Motor Gathering at the Island Motorsport Circuit on Sunday, Aug. 26. (Lexi Bainas/Citizen)
Dozen Search Dog Association members come up empty in weekend hunt for missing Vancouver Island man
Dozen Search Dog Association members come up empty in weekend hunt for missing Vancouver Island man
Members of the Canadian Search and Disaster Dogs Association take a break in their weekend search for Ben Kilmer, missing since May. (Warren Goulding/Citizen)
Members of the Canadian Search and Disaster Dogs Association take a break in their weekend search for Ben Kilmer, missing since May. (Warren Goulding/Citizen)
Julie Scurr is the president of the Duncan Cowichan Chamber of Commerce. (Citizen file)

Cowichan Chamber critical of changes to labour rules

B.C. NDP procurement policies slammed

Julie Scurr is the president of the Duncan Cowichan Chamber of Commerce. (Citizen file)
Tanya Davis of the Canadian Cancer Society accepts a cheque from Geoff Sharples, chair of the Parkland Golfers Against Cancer Tournament, right. Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock rider Mike Sherman, left, was on hand for the presentation at the Canadian Cancer Society’s office in Duncan. (Warren Goulding/Citizen)

Cowichan golf tournament raises big bucks for Cancer Society

“It is a very, very sizable donation and the money…”

Tanya Davis of the Canadian Cancer Society accepts a cheque from Geoff Sharples, chair of the Parkland Golfers Against Cancer Tournament, right. Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock rider Mike Sherman, left, was on hand for the presentation at the Canadian Cancer Society’s office in Duncan. (Warren Goulding/Citizen)
Pow wow chairman Joe Thorne speaks to the big crowd. For more photos and video from the event go to www.cowichanvalleycitizen.com (Warren Goulding/Citizen)

Quw’utsun Intertribal Pow Wow draws thousands to Cowichan

Despite a blazing sun that pushed the thermometer into the mid-30s range,…

Pow wow chairman Joe Thorne speaks to the big crowd. For more photos and video from the event go to www.cowichanvalleycitizen.com (Warren Goulding/Citizen)
North Cowichan South End firefighters make sure a blaze at the old VIU campus is properly extinguished. (Warren Goulding/Citizen)

Dangerous Duncan fire quickly doused Saturday

Smoke could be seen rising from the area by people attending the Quw’utsun Intertribal Pow Wow

North Cowichan South End firefighters make sure a blaze at the old VIU campus is properly extinguished. (Warren Goulding/Citizen)
A mini-train offers smaller children a fun ride in downtown Duncan. (Warren Goulding/Citizen)

VIDEO: Duncan abuzz Saturday for parade, and lots more family fun

They waited happily in lawnchairs or on blankets for the Grande Parade July 14

A mini-train offers smaller children a fun ride in downtown Duncan. (Warren Goulding/Citizen)
Jack Anderson points out some of the features of the proposed development to Denis Berger. (Warren Goulding/Citizen)
Jack Anderson points out some of the features of the proposed development to Denis Berger. (Warren Goulding/Citizen)
Warren Goulding column: Amalgamation: this question will be back

Warren Goulding column: Amalgamation: this question will be back

One pundit figures another vote can’t be any more that 40 years away.

Warren Goulding column: Amalgamation: this question will be back
Attendees of the Gala Program Launch Friday pick up some gourmet burgers created by none other than renowned chef Bill Jones. (Warren Goulding/Citizen)

Duncan Gala Program Launch gave glimpse of what’s to come for 39 Days of July

“For me, this is like Christmas because I get to hear some great music a bit early.”

Attendees of the Gala Program Launch Friday pick up some gourmet burgers created by none other than renowned chef Bill Jones. (Warren Goulding/Citizen)