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Are traditional cemeteries, as we know them, dying?

Are traditional cemeteries, as we know them, dying?

Will we only be able to read “Here lies...” on headstones in our older cemeteries?
Adults can be pirates, too on Aug. 12 at Duncan White Spot

Adults can be pirates, too on Aug. 12 at Duncan White Spot

For the sixth consecutive year, a toonie from the sale of every Pirate Pak will be donated to Zajac Ranch for Children
On anniversary, remember Cowichan’s Gallipoli casualties

On anniversary, remember Cowichan’s Gallipoli casualties

When war was declared on Aug. 4, 1914, Duncan and Robin promptly answered the call of duty and embarked for passage to the UK
Gazetteer omits some of Alberni’s most colourful pioneers

Gazetteer omits some of Alberni’s most colourful pioneers

Next morning, upon investigation, they found his home had been blown to pieces, and all the outbuildings were burned to the ground.
Youbou Regatta features fun water challenges

Youbou Regatta features fun water challenges

Family-friendly fun on the water is back again on the shores of Cowichan Lake.
Pedestrian with a death wish

Pedestrian with a death wish

The collision counter on the DriveSmartBC website estimates 33 pedestrian deaths in B.C. to July 29, 2015.

Concert series looking for hosts willing to open their houses

Would you like to host a music concert at your home?
Children parade through Duncan [photos]

Children parade through Duncan [photos]

The annual kids parade down Kenneth Street was offered with a special twist this year.

Half a life to go: what happens next? Shaw film

The film When I’m 64 is airing on Shaw TV Wednesday, July 29, 10 p.m. and Saturday Aug. 1, 9 p.m.
Scarecrow Festival growing

Scarecrow Festival growing

Over 90 life-sized characters gave a humorous look at “how the past has created the present” during the Good Old Daze Scarecrow Festival.
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