Don Bodger

Carbon monoxide poisoning incident brings dangers of the gas to light

Island community adult and child go to hospital for treatment

Vancouver Island south Asian sports pioneer honoured

Duncan-raised hockey named to the BC Sport Hall of Fame

Saving Hope: how a tiny island community rallied around abused dog

Search parties on Penelakut Island extend a week before finally finding embattled dog

Saving Hope a tale of heroic efforts

Search parties on Penelakut Island extend a week before finally finding embattled dog

Chemainus man charged after German shepherd found abandoned in woods, tied with cable

It’s a miracle one-year-old German Shepherd Hope survived

Set your clocks back one hour this weekend

Pacific Standard Time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday

Chemainus Theatre unveils a Beast of a 2020 lineup

Beauty and the Beast takes the feature summer slot, with two other classics coming back

Riot Brewing makes a comeback thanks to anonymous investor

Chemainus-based craft brewery putting start-up hurdles behind it

Jon Lefebure: Life after politics

Former North Cowichan mayor enjoys transition to construction roots after two decades of boardrooms

Woman charged with numerous drug offenses stemming from a raid earlier this year at Island property

Police make arrest on an outstanding warrant dating back to January

Lumberjacks in Love on the cutting edge of woodsman theatrics

Chemainus Theatre navigates the wilderness with some wild antics and well-crafted tunes

Vancouver Island senior turns heads by turning 85 on a zip line

High-flying adventure on the priority list for Chemainus woman’s birthday celebration

Seth Meyers makes light of B.C. woman who scared cougar by blasting Metallica

Comedian highlights Gallant’s actions as ‘the kind of story we need right now’

Chemainus River Campground gets temporary reprieve in ALR battle

Firm deadline to cease operations removed while parties work on ALR exclusion

Vancouver Island campground on the chopping block in ALR battle

Owners fighting to continue facility’s operation in bureaucratic battle

Editorial: Election fever lacking in Canada

Unlike our U.S. counterparts, things are low key so close to voting day

Mamma Mia! No. 1 all-time at Chemainus Theatre box office

All 114 performances sold out, as audiences can’t get enough of Abbamania

Island man’s Quilt of Valour comforting after death of his grandmother

Presentation to honour military service takes on a bittersweet tone two days later

Hypocrisy and the world’s oldest profession

Chemainus Theatre stages Shaw’s biting look at society that director says is just as relevant today

EDITORIAL: Where’s the time to match the crime?

Justice system failing good citizens with too much leniency for offenders