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Steve Elkiw, owner of Jerry’s Cannabis in Ladysmith, plans to open another location in Lake Cowichan after Christmas. (File photo)

Business notes: Jerry’s Cannabis to open in Lake Cowichan

What’s going on in Cowichan’s business community

Steve Elkiw, owner of Jerry’s Cannabis in Ladysmith, plans to open another location in Lake Cowichan after Christmas. (File photo)
See Today's Home for all your real estate needs. (Graphic)

Black Press offers new digital service to realtors

Today’s Home launches in Valley in February

See Today's Home for all your real estate needs. (Graphic)
Long-time Christmas tree seller Pete, who is selling trees as a fundraiser at the 7-11 on the corner of Tzouhalem and Lakes Road, said he doesn't expect to have any trees left by the end of the weekend. (Robert Barron/Citizen)
Long-time Christmas tree seller Pete, who is selling trees as a fundraiser at the 7-11 on the corner of Tzouhalem and Lakes Road, said he doesn't expect to have any trees left by the end of the weekend. (Robert Barron/Citizen)
The Duncan Lions Club donated $5,000 to the Stuff the Truck campaign, run by Save-on-Foods and Juice FM, this year to help local food banks. Pictured in front from left is Jeff MacLeod, manager of Duncan’s Save-on-Foods, Juice FM’s Julie Winter and the Lions Club’s Marjorie Wall. In the rear and a number of members of the Lions Club. (Robert Barron/Citizen)

Business notes: Stuff the Truck brings in record breaking haul

What’s going on in Cowichan’s business community

The Duncan Lions Club donated $5,000 to the Stuff the Truck campaign, run by Save-on-Foods and Juice FM, this year to help local food banks. Pictured in front from left is Jeff MacLeod, manager of Duncan’s Save-on-Foods, Juice FM’s Julie Winter and the Lions Club’s Marjorie Wall. In the rear and a number of members of the Lions Club. (Robert Barron/Citizen)
The Downtown Duncan BIA had this 12-foot Christmas bulb assembled in Duncan's City Square as part of its modified Christmas kick-off celebrations this year. (Amanda Vance photo)

Business notes: Downtown Duncan BIA kicking off Christmas differently this year

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The Downtown Duncan BIA had this 12-foot Christmas bulb assembled in Duncan's City Square as part of its modified Christmas kick-off celebrations this year. (Amanda Vance photo)
Shopping locally for the holidays has never been so important. (Submitted)

Editorial: Buying local for holidays never so important

It’s an important thing to consider when you go to do both your in person and online shopping

  • Dec 3, 2020
Shopping locally for the holidays has never been so important. (Submitted)
Staycation Box featuring an Indian experience. (Contributed photo)

B.C. company aims to bring international vacation experience to front door

‘Staycation Boxes’ launched two months ago, includes food bank donation

Staycation Box featuring an Indian experience. (Contributed photo)
The Little Corner Sandwich Shop in Cobble Hill is opening a second location in Duncan in January. Pictured are owners Clayton Frost and Chris Jameson at the Cobble Hill location. (Submitted photo)

Business notes: Little Corner Sandwich Shop coming to Duncan

Cobble Hill business expanding woth second location

The Little Corner Sandwich Shop in Cobble Hill is opening a second location in Duncan in January. Pictured are owners Clayton Frost and Chris Jameson at the Cobble Hill location. (Submitted photo)
An all-in-one web based virtual queuing, people counting, and contact tracing solution is now available to Cowichan businesses at a subsidized cost. (Submitted)
An all-in-one web based virtual queuing, people counting, and contact tracing solution is now available to Cowichan businesses at a subsidized cost. (Submitted)
This 2012 Mercedes Benz Roadster is for sale at Dicovery Honda for $29,995, with all proceeds going to the Cowichan District Hospital Foundation. Pictured with the car is Greg Van Es, general manager of Discovery Honda. (Submitted photo)

Business notes: Discovery Honda helps hospital foundation with fundraiser

What’s going on in Cowichan’s business community

This 2012 Mercedes Benz Roadster is for sale at Dicovery Honda for $29,995, with all proceeds going to the Cowichan District Hospital Foundation. Pictured with the car is Greg Van Es, general manager of Discovery Honda. (Submitted photo)
A competition between father-daughter winemakers, Mark and Robin Holford, at Rocky Creek Winery during the summer saw Mark win by just a few votes. (Katherine Holford Photography)

Business notes: Contest at Cowichan winery draws lots of interest

Thousands vote in father-daughter competition at Rock Creek Winery

A competition between father-daughter winemakers, Mark and Robin Holford, at Rocky Creek Winery during the summer saw Mark win by just a few votes. (Katherine Holford Photography)
Property on the Trans-Canada Highway beside the Country Maples Campground has been sold and will become a modular home park. (Submitted)

Development, business transactions significant for Chemainus

Two highway properties and Owl’s Nest Bakery and Bistro sold

Property on the Trans-Canada Highway beside the Country Maples Campground has been sold and will become a modular home park. (Submitted)
Captain Andy’s Fish & Chips has opened at the Chemainus Public Market. Pictured are Liz Fincham and Jeff Knadle being served fish and chips by server Tami Bruvold. (Submitted photo)

Business notes: New fish and chips shop opens in Chemainus

Bits and pieces of what’s happening in the Cowichan business community

Captain Andy’s Fish & Chips has opened at the Chemainus Public Market. Pictured are Liz Fincham and Jeff Knadle being served fish and chips by server Tami Bruvold. (Submitted photo)
Riot Brrewing in Chemainus has named its newest beer after a Vancouver Island drag queen called Jimbo.The new beer is called Jimbo: Boysenberry Blackberry Sour. (Submitted photo)

Business notes: Riot Brewing names new beer after Vancouver Island drag queen

Here’s some of what’s happening in the Cowichan business community

Riot Brrewing in Chemainus has named its newest beer after a Vancouver Island drag queen called Jimbo.The new beer is called Jimbo: Boysenberry Blackberry Sour. (Submitted photo)
Business notes: Providence Farm’s pumpkin patch opened for business

Business notes: Providence Farm’s pumpkin patch opened for business

A look at what’s happening in Cowichan’s business community

Business notes: Providence Farm’s pumpkin patch opened for business
Westholme Tea Company is celebrating its 10th anniversary. (Courtesy of Westholme Tea Company)

Business notes: Westholme Tea Company celebrates 10 years in business

Here are some of the highlights of what is happening in the Cowichan business community

Westholme Tea Company is celebrating its 10th anniversary. (Courtesy of Westholme Tea Company)
The annual Cowichan Valley Wine Festival sold more than 1,500 tickets this year. (Courtesy of Tourism Cowichan)

Business notes: Cowichan Valley Wine Festival deemed a success this year

Here are some of the notable things happening in Cowichan’s business community

The annual Cowichan Valley Wine Festival sold more than 1,500 tickets this year. (Courtesy of Tourism Cowichan)
Business notes: Smile Cookies campaign on at local Tim Hortons locations

Business notes: Smile Cookies campaign on at local Tim Hortons locations

A taste of what’s happening in Cowichan’s business community

Business notes: Smile Cookies campaign on at local Tim Hortons locations
Physical fitness trainer Monni Savory, far left, is now offering online training for her customers. (Submitted photo)
Physical fitness trainer Monni Savory, far left, is now offering online training for her customers. (Submitted photo)
Business notes: Farm Girl Treasures long time in the making

Business notes: Farm Girl Treasures long time in the making

Highlights from the Cowichan business community

Business notes: Farm Girl Treasures long time in the making