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High winds expected this afternoon

High winds expected this afternoon

Strong winds that may cause damage are expected
Marsh Society teams with Brentwood School for new nest boxes

Marsh Society teams with Brentwood School for new nest boxes

Minding their steps and balancing precariously at times, Brentwood College School students braved the rigours of the Somenos Marsh in the rainy season to install a new batch of bird boxes on Saturday, April 1.
City of Duncan orders tent camp to be taken down

City of Duncan orders tent camp to be taken down

Camp leader goes on cultural hunger strike
Passion abounds for Cowichan Valley candidates on environment question

Passion abounds for Cowichan Valley candidates on environment question

The resources belong to the people and not private companies, says independent socialist candidate Eden Haythornthwaite, and once that’s re-established “we can make decisions instead of just paying for the mistakes of the private sector.”
CERCA meeting draws large crowds

CERCA meeting draws large crowds

Large group attended to support rezoning measures in Cowichan Bay
Local teacher to read iconic war poem at Vimy Ridge

Local teacher to read iconic war poem at Vimy Ridge

Janet Ruest invited to participate in ceremony commemorating 100-year anniversary of battle
Nanaimo-North Cowichan candidates debate the issues (with Video)

Nanaimo-North Cowichan candidates debate the issues (with Video)

Nanaimo-North Cowichan candidates discuss health, road maintenance and other issues at meeting
Business notes

Business notes

A new mobile lawnmower repair service will soon open to serve customers in the Cowichan Valley.
Duncan’s population close to 5,000 threshold for police bill

Duncan’s population close to 5,000 threshold for police bill

Police costs are expected to rise significantly after next census

The CVRD receives funding for three water projects

More than $1 million in fiunding from provine and Ottawa