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‘Aggressive’ emu on the loose on Vancouver Island now safe at nearby farm

Agitated animal eventually secured by officers after resisting arrest near Cowichan

Escaped emu rounded up by RCMP, Animal Control in Chemainus

Agitated animal eventually secured by officers after resisting arrest

Saltair Pub re-opens months after vandals and thieves struck during windstorm

Pub between Ladysmith and Chemainus re-opened July 31

Metallica lead singer glad to be a life-saver for B.C. woman

Heavy metal song that scares away cougar drawing world-wide attention

Metallica lead singer glad to be a life-saver for Chemainus woman

Heavy metal song that scares away cougar drawing world-wide attention

Familiar cast members create another magical experience at the Chemainus Theatre

The Magician’s Nephew, another Narnia adventure for the kids, closes its run this weekend

Cougar not a fan of Metallica, B.C. woman discovers

Tune from playlist clears the path while walking her dog on a logging road

Cougar not a fan of Metallica, Cowichan Valley woman discovers

Tune from her playlist clears the path while walking dog in south Cowichan

Vancouver Island writer goes with the flow in River Tales

Crofton author documents life on the banks of the Cowichan River

Mamma Mia! smashes Chemainus Theatre Festival ticket sales record

Total expected to surpass 30,000 tickets sold before the show ends summer Island run

Dormant Chemainus Foods building soon to be revived

Market expected to bring new life to the downtown core

Strike action commences at WFP mills

Union sets up picket lines Monday after issuing 72-hour notice Friday

Western Forest Products strike vote results pending

Company and union far apart in negotiations that affect multiple Vancouver Island mills

Man sent to hospital in critical condition in Crofton motorcycle incident

Motorcycle accident closes Osborne Bay Road

Driver of stolen vehicle caught after fleeing accident scene in Island community

Section of Chemainus Road closed until suspect located and eventually taken into custody

Graveyard shift being axed at Chemainus sawmill

Western Forest Products move comes on the heels of current union contract’s expiration

Proclamations not necessary

What you do for one, you’ve got to do for all and it’s actually rather meaningless

Play provides considerable insight into dementia

I’m Still Here cast presents all the possible scenarios that can arise

Anticipation building for trip to D-Day anniversary for Chemainus students

Experience of being there promises to be a memorable one

Retired teacher’s generosity provides historic opportunity for two Chemainus students

Blitterswyk and Brown looking forward to being at Juno Beach for 75th anniversary of D-Day