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Owners on alert after reports of dog thief on the loose in south Cowichan

Two suspected dog napping incidents in south Cowichan recently have pet owners…

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Allenby Road house fire Sept. 16, 2019
Consultant Cam Matthewson talks citizen survey with North Cowichan councillors
Coun. Kate Marsh says pot store application is simply a land use issue
Al Siebring asks council to remember First Nations economic development needs

They’re going to light the Cowichan Garry Oak Preserve on fire

Cowichan joins Rocky Point in Mechosin for intentional fires

Cowichan Valley school district has a new director of operations

Richard Dyble is replacing the retiring Monroe Grobe

  • Sep 9, 2019

Police respond to two incidents at Cowichan Exhibition on Sept. 6

One dealt with a fight, the other with bear spray

  • Sep 9, 2019

Do you have a bedroom for a homeless Cowichan youth?

Host Homes Cowichan will match homessless youths with host families to get back on their feet

Body of a Mill Bay woman missing since 1992 was recovered from Revelstoke area lake

Boy, 13, uses GoPro to help Revelstoke RCMP solve 27-year-old cold case

Prompt police secure suspect after Duncan foot chase

It all took place within the span of about 15 minutes.

Variances help Habitat for Humanity stay on track with Duncan six-plex project

Ground was broken back in May on Habitat for Humanity’s first North…

VIDEO: Province’s application for Cowichan Commons cannabis shop inches forward

Mayor and council balk at adopting zoning bylaw changes; will wait until next meeting to finish discussion

City of Duncan looking to go to pay-for-use water billing

The time is coming that residents will soon have to pay for the water they use.

Police looking for owners of pair of horse saddles found in Duncan

If you’re missing two saddles, contact North Cowichan/ Duncan RCMP

Lake Cowichan council polling residents about pot stores, makes store applicant wait

Do you want them? how close to a school, daycare? hours restricted? Do you want one on N. Shore?

B.C. conference looks at how First Nations can be involved in cannabis industry

Some First Nations are dead set against it, while some see economic growth opportunities

Business notes: Duncan Pharmacy opens doors on Canada Avenue

Neel says the response over the last month has been very positive