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Zoning bylaw to get major overhaul

Zoning bylaw to get major overhaul

Public input wrapped up May 3 on the draft of a new zoning bylaw aimed at simplifying the 30-year-old outdated one currently on the City of Duncan’s books.
VIDEO: Cowichan Valley remembers workers killed on the job with Day of Mourning ceremony at Lake Cowichan

VIDEO: Cowichan Valley remembers workers killed on the job with Day of Mourning ceremony at Lake Cowichan

2017 Day of Mourning at Lake Cowichan
Temporary recycling location now open on North Shore Road

Temporary recycling location now open on North Shore Road

Construction at the Meade Creek Recycling Facility means that recyclers must now go to nearby North Shore Road
Island Corridor Foundation still waiting on federal grant for track repairs

Island Corridor Foundation still waiting on federal grant for track repairs

Foundation remains entangled in lawsuit with Snaw-Naw-As First Nation for return of land
Letter says students can’t make Mother’s Day gifts at school

Letter says students can’t make Mother’s Day gifts at school

One Mission school stops practice of creating gifts
Accused in fraud case, Harold Backer, staying in Chemainus

Accused in fraud case, Harold Backer, staying in Chemainus

Former Mill Bay resident charged with two counts of fraud.
Candidates face pointed questions at Lake Cowichan session

Candidates face pointed questions at Lake Cowichan session

Both the prepared questions and those from the crowd were aimed at skewering the candidates in the Cowichan Valley riding.
Biz notes for April 26

Biz notes for April 26

Biz notes for April 26
Chopper brings communications exercise overhead Wednesday

Chopper brings communications exercise overhead Wednesday

Don’t panic on Wednesday.
Political parties bring big guns to battleground Cowichan Valley riding

Political parties bring big guns to battleground Cowichan Valley riding

David Suzuki and prominent politicians among notables coming to the Cowichan Valley