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Cowichan’s Magdalena apartment complex re-opens after fixing structural issues

Cowichan’s Magdalena apartment complex re-opens after fixing structural issues

Most residents vacated the building during the renovations
Cowichan school district gets almost $350K to help kids afford supplies, activities

Cowichan school district gets almost $350K to help kids afford supplies, activities

Nanaimo-Ladysmith gets $495K
Cowichan to receive more than $3 million from province for natural disasters

Cowichan to receive more than $3 million from province for natural disasters

Money comes from Community Emergency Preparedness Fund
CVRD unimpressed with province’s response on rural road upkeep

CVRD unimpressed with province’s response on rural road upkeep

Board will advocate for more improvements to local rural roads
Millions in funding returned as company fails to re-start Crofton paper operations

Millions in funding returned as company fails to re-start Crofton paper operations

Paper Excellence returns $4.5 million to province
Cowichan Secondary School went into “Hold and Secure” on April 5

Cowichan Secondary School went into “Hold and Secure” on April 5

Situation, which may have involved a pellet gun, is under investigation
Cowichan transit receives funding for some increased services

Cowichan transit receives funding for some increased services

But CVRD disappointed more funding not provided
Business notes: Phat Bastard Eats food truck relocates to downtown Duncan

Business notes: Phat Bastard Eats food truck relocates to downtown Duncan

The latest from the Cowichan business community
Goats welcomed back to downtown Prince Rupert after council overturns ban

Goats welcomed back to downtown Prince Rupert after council overturns ban

Moby Dick Inn owner Teresa Lee is planning to open up petting sessions for families this summer
North Cowichan to support efforts to set up new primary-care clinic

North Cowichan to support efforts to set up new primary-care clinic

New model hopes to attract health-care workers to region