Local News

City of Duncan sets tax increase at 2.78 per cent in 2018

Previous projections had called for a tax decrease

Countdown is on to the 2018 B.C. Summer Games

Cowichan Valley hosts on July 19-22

Countdown is on to the 2018 B.C. Summer Games

Cowichan Valley hosts on July 19-22

Business Notes: Maple Bay’s Urban Valley Tees helps Humboldt with T-shirts

“With requests still coming in daily, we will continue making them into next week.”

Province steps up to help Catalyst Paper in war against U.S. duties

Paper company hit with more than 28 per cent in American tariffs

RCMP investigating social media report of assault on Cowichan teenager

In a brief statement, Chief Seymour says there is no information available yet

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Lake Cowichan Fire Department Food Bank hockey game
Valley takes time at Vimy Ridge memorial to remember Humboldt hockey team tragedy as well
Renter at Duncan motel faces loss of place to live
Cobble Hill egg hunt!

Men deemed heroes for their part in Duncan fire rescue

Fire on Coronation Avenue sends one man to hospital

Hiking, biking take centre stage at tourism talkfest in Lake Cowichan

They came from many sectors to learn and share ideas about tourism in the future at the Lake

Fear new U.S. anti-dumping duties could price Catalyst mills out of business

Crofton pulp and paper mill now paying 22 per cent in extra tariffs

Silencing Lake Cowichan fire siren at night for trial period proposed

Following a request to council, the fire chief has taken a second look at night-time fire sirens

Unions file strike notice against CP Rail

Negotiations to continue up till late Friday deadline.

Musical tour visits Palsson Elementary School

Artist Response Team presented Rock the Salish Sea! Tour 2018

  • Apr 17th, 2018

Duncan’s Queen Margaret’s School to go entirely co-ed

Boys will be allowed in Grades 8-12 program for first time in Sepember

Duncan accident victim in critical condition in Victoria hospital

Friends and family start GoFundMe page for Daisy Santiago

BC SPCA seeks cruelty charge after seizing 45 filthy dogs

Dogs found in Victoria-area home; matted with urine and feces

‘My property my choice’, say landlords about pets

Pet owners don’t have many options when looking for a pet-friendly apartment

Robert Barron column: Regular folks getting priced out of market

Simply seniors on fixed incomes and those who have been priced out of the rental marketplace

T.W. Paterson column: Remembering Ladysmith’s Davidson family

Mr. and Mrs. John Davidson of Diamond have received the sad intelligence

  • Apr 14th, 2018