Driving Change: A B.C. man’s charitable trip across Canada

A Kelowna man, his bus, and his mission for positive change across our country

Coming up in Cowichan: Earth Day Weekend, plant sale

Every Wednesday morning a group of 18 volunteer gardeners arrives at Cairnsmore Place

  • Apr 19th, 2018

VIDEO: Work is play for this B.C. avalanche rescue dog

CARDA certified Joss’s Job is to save lives — but to her, it’s all a game

Column Drivesmart: DriveABLE being replaced with ERA for senior drivers

The ERA is designed as an assessment which provides RoadSafetyBC with comprehensive information

  • Apr 19th, 2018

Bring your memories of Sahtlam schools to May unveiling

The first teacher was Jeannie Wallace Blair. She had 10 students and was paid $30 a month salary.

  • Apr 17th, 2018

VIDEO: Kinsmen and Kinettes team up to bring comedy night to Lake Cowichan

Patrick Maliha is the headline comic at Stand Up for Charity, which will raise funds for Duck Pond

Cowichan Tribes hold mock emergency
Nourish Cowichan's fundraising tea party a great success
Lake Cowichan Country Grocer welcomes community groups
Lake Cowichan Easter Egg Hunt 2018

Choose from hundreds of rhododendrons in bloom

In the Lake Cowichan area you should also consider hardiness of your plant

  • Apr 18th, 2018

Air cadets invade Duncan Flying Club

Members from Air Cadet Squadron 744 spent an enjoyable day with members of the Duncan Flying Club.

  • Apr 17th, 2018

VIDEO: 2 young B.C. pals spearhead autism awareness campaign

Two boys with autism spearhead campaign at Langley’s Dorothy Peacock Elementary

‘Bed Rest Mom’ talks about other possible side of pregnancy

“I wanted to speak to women where they truly are at”

From homeless to helping others: VIU’s adult education turns life around

April Murphy has battled illiteracy, homelessness, and addiction and mental health challenges.

  • Apr 15th, 2018

Tax return for free? Check this out

If you qualify, you can get your tax return done free of charge

Workshop offers hands-on Live Edge building

They will be taught how to build the outdoor furniture piece of their choice

  • Apr 11th, 2018

Volunteers heart of Cowichan community

April 15-21 marks National Volunteer Week in Canada

Lake Flashback: Drugs left in car after crash, groups unhappy with school board, Nitinat bunkhouses closed

Some week: strange incident with Buick, high fees kibosh shows, and loggers lose cheap accommodation

Sing-along with kids a new feature at Lake Cowichan 50+ Activity Centre

It’s a new activity but it offers some quality time for seniors and kids

Lake Flashback: Holding onto forest land, keeping Hudgrove rural, and cash for schools

In 2008, 1993, and 1978 Cowichan Lakers were looking at both past and future as they made plans

Trudeau says Trans Mountain pipeline will go through

Prime Minister tells British Columbians that Canada is building a strong economy and being responsible to the environment

Do you have what it takes to be Miss BC?

‘It’s one of those adventures in life. Try something, try new things.’