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Chemainus family pledges $50,000 to Chemainus Theatre Crisis Relief Fund

Hilton family’s gift if fully matched will raise $100,000

CVRD testing Shawnigan water after complaints of metallic taste, odour

“This type of problem has come up a number of times in summers in the past”

Duncan veteran recalls war’s end

War changed Jack Bridges’ life forever

Cowichan Valley charities awarded $305,000 from Victoria Foundation

Rapid Relief Fund has raised $5M to help during COVID-19 pandemic

Lake Cowichan to see 3% tax increase

Mayor Peters takes personal leave of absence

Cowichan RCMP now accepting crime reports online

New service will benefit police and the public

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Old growth logging in Caycuse watershed
First responders pay tribute to Cowichan hospital workers during COVID-19
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Mass funerals begin after deadly Sri Lanka attacks

Here’s where tenting sites for the homeless will be set up in Cowichan

Authorities say they will be temporary and well maintained

Duncan man caught going 100 km/h over speed limit

Driver fined, vehicle impounded for a week

CVRD’s board postpones pay raise discussion until 2021

Decision made due to financial uncertainty around COVID-19 crisis

Cowichan Strong partnership launches COVID-19 business recovery needs assessment

Series of surveys distributed to local business owners serves as a first step

  • May 20, 2020

RCMP use Zoom to connect with Cowichan kids

Calls with Grade 2 students tackle bike safety

Resident concerns abundant over Fuller Lake Arena parking lot homeless tent site

Theft, nearby trails only the beginning of alarm bells for those who live in the area

Don’t bring explosives to police detachments, remind Cowichan RCMP

North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP had to evacuate earlier this month

UPDATED: Explosive device removed from motel in Duncan

Falcon Nest Motel evacuated; residents returned Monday evening

North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP officers honoured for life-saving efforts

Constables helped rescue one man after another drowned in boating accident

City of Duncan establishes grant program during COVID-19 crisis

Local organizations can apply for grants for up to $10,000

  • May 18, 2020

Cowichan Tribes’ Mustimuhw makes a big step in e-prescriptions

Cowichan Tribes-owned technology provider teams up with PrescribeIT

Lake Flashback: Rayner case reopened, new forest co-op, golf course saved

Welcome to Lake Flashback. Reporter Sarah Simpson has been combing through old…

With many caveats, SD79 preparing to re-open schools

B.C. parents will have the option of sending their children back to…