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MacGregor wants to see opioid crisis recognized as national emergency

MP calls for “silver buckshot” approach

Howe Sound Queen sailing toward retirement

Vessel now up for auction ends regular runs between Crofton and Vesuvius at the beginning of June

Cowichan Valley’s Veridis sets up in Whippletree

Corry Belcourt and his crew have left home.

Sentencing delayed for man who attacked Vancouver Island police dog

Uno later recovered from his injury and returned to work in Victoria

Inquest into Port Hardy police shooting moved to Campbell River

Family disappointed James Hayward coroner’s inquest rescheduled hours away

Inquest into Port Hardy police shooting moved to Campbell River

Family disappointed James Hayward coronor’s inquest rescheduled hours away

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Cowichan Valley walks for missing, murdered people
Lake Cowichan School Mock Crash
Poor maintenance of Forestworkers Memorial Park angers Forest Co-op
1st cannabis shop to open in Cowichan

Lake Cowichan council adds bite to animal control bylaw

Cruelty concerns encourage Lake Cowichan council to give its animal control bylaw sharper teeth

Limits on chinook sport fishing could cause devastating economic ripples

Vancouver Island fishing guides concerned over salmon sport catch reductions to save declining stock

Business notes: Cowichan food recovery project provides skills training, feeds community

Six local job seekers will gain work experience in business, marketing social…

Police ask public’s assistance in locating missing Duncan man

David Johnson missing since April 9

  • Apr 17, 2019

Lake Cowichan to boast world-class trail system: upgrades on the way with $86K funding

The buzz is building around Lake Cowichan as the Cowichan Lake Trailblazers…

UBC professor suggests partnership with N. Cowichan on municipal forest reserve future

Wants “made in Cowichan” solutions to municipal forest reserve

VIDEO: Cool day, threatening skies don’t deter walk remembering the missing

Crowd turns out for 2nd Annual Walk for Missing and Murdered Men, Women, and Children

What you said: From horse and buggy to the electric car — progress takes time

Significant reaction to a story about a law requiring vehicles to have zero emissions by 2040

Cowichan Tribes announces another vote on land code

Vote on more self governance to be held Sept. 18-20

Matteus Clement can’t run in next municipal elections

Former Cobble Hill director failed to pay late fees