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Vancouver Island teen in critical condition after being hit in a crosswalk

RCMP seek witnesses, dash cam footage after Nanaimo incident sends 17-year-old to Victoria hospital

Len Smith’s 2.51 pound cutthroat wins Frostbite Fishing Derby

Few fish were biting on March 2 but hopeful anglers still got to enjoy the fine weather

Vancouver Island schools to see more than $15 million in upgrades

Province announces $206 million for B.C. school upgrades

Coun. Carolyne Austin is finding that her open house is bringing issues forward
Community Paramedic program growing in Lake Cowichan
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At Duncan's International Women's Day event, Kwakiutl trio talks about visit to United Nations

North Cowichan now considering a 3.2% tax hike in 2019

Options to be presented at meeting on March 6

Briefs from around the Lake Cowichan council table

Public works committee chair Lorna Vomacka congratulated town works superintendent Trevor Auger,…

New symposium in Cowichan will focus on non-profit sector

For the Love of Nonprofits is the only event of its kind on Vancouver Island

North Cowichan grass fire being investigated by police

Paramedics were called to treat a man in his 60s for smoke inhalation.

Lake Cowichan to renovate, not move town hall

The decision was made at an in camera meeting in mid-February.

New 650-metre skywalk to be built on the Malahat

Project a partnership between the Malahat Nation and private company

B.C. Indigenous woman appointed to Canada’s gun advisory committee

First Nations and northern voices were both missing in discussions

UPDATE: 3 people, 3 dogs make narrow escape as fire guts home in Duncan

Firefighters called to Trunk Road residence just before 10 p.m. Saturday

Man found at Cowichan Lake beach after car crash

Two dozen members of Cowichan Search and Rescue were called out to…

UPDATE: Tests confirm Cowichan child does not have measles

Health Authority responds to rumours on social media

VIDEO: Snack-happy bears still troubling Lake Cowichan neighbourhoods

These bears are big, they’re hungry, and they’re now addicted to our food

Vancouver Island University has new president

Deborah Saucier will replace Ralph Nilson for a five-year term

Grade 7s from Chemainus and Crofton to move into Chemainus Secondary this fall

As school board looks at overcrowding, the South Zone will be next