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Collection looking for new home

Collection looking for new home

Unfortunately we have been forced to close our museum and site tours forever
Jared teaches the next generation about saving

Jared teaches the next generation about saving

If you haven’t met “Flo” yet, this superhero is visiting Cowichan communities this summer
North Cowichan’s ‘progress report’ of 1973, part 1

North Cowichan’s ‘progress report’ of 1973, part 1

In 1889 North Cowichan residents protested about the cost of improving the trail to Cowichan Lake “because it will never be used”.
Rules: how many tie-downs?

Rules: how many tie-downs?

The load consisted of rough lumber, about 2x6 or 2x8 size 12 to 14 feet long and three feet high on a flat deck trailer pulled by a pickup.
Crisis Society honours suicide prevention day with workshop

Crisis Society honours suicide prevention day with workshop

The Vancouver Island Crisis Society is hosting the workshop to commemorate World Suicide Prevention Day.
Miyo has learned water conservation around the world

Miyo has learned water conservation around the world

"Look at those kids there! They don't know what is coming. Everybody thinks everything's going just fine."

This is one city record Nanaimo doesn’t advertise

Nanaimo has a claim to fame that you'll likely never seen in the Guinness Book of Records.

Lower river cleanup this weekend

Anyone with a yen to help cleanup the Cowichan River can join the effort on Sunday, Aug. 30.
Fun for me and ewe at the Cobble Hill Fair [photos]

Fun for me and ewe at the Cobble Hill Fair [photos]

The annual Cobble Hill Fair drew a huge crowd to the fairgrounds and hall Saturday, Aug. 22 for a day of sunshine and family fun.
Good news in Cowichan Bay seal pup rescue

Good news in Cowichan Bay seal pup rescue

The baby harbour seal abandoned by its mother in Cowichan Bay earlier this month is doing well at the Vancouver Aquarium.