Lexi Bainas

Lake Cowichan pushing for Highway 18 wildlife solution

Numbers of elk are growing, and they are now showing up in new areas, increasing danger to drivers

Jet skis towing tubers on the river has Lake Cowichan concerned

A Transport Canada rep says there is support for the town if they decide on restrictions

Cowichan Musical Society brings ‘Mamma Mia!’ to Duncan

Abba hits come to life as Cowichan Theatre transforms into a Greek Island

Flooding has closed several roads in Cowichan Valley

All the usual suspects are involved: overflowing ditches, low-lying spots, and huge piles of snow

Indian Day School survivors can now submit claims for $10K-$200K in compensation

Anyone who is part of the class action is being encouraged to start the process now

Cowichan Valley car dealerships hit by thefts of gas and more

Drilling and syphoning gas, stealing shocks and converters: car crime is up: dealers say

Aerial spraying planned to prevent gypsy moth problem at Lake Cowichan

Invasive insects can travel widely, and cause significant damage: province

Dallas Smith, Madeline Merlo lead ‘second wave’ of artists at Sunfest 2020

Keith Urban will be joined on the big stage by a host of great acts, some well known to Sunfesters

Review: ‘Miracle on 34th St.’ hits holiday entertainment sweet spot

Chemainus Theatre has lined up a tasty dish for its 2019 Christmas blockbuster

VIDEO: Healthy, happy pork come from Muddy Feet in Cowichan

Happy Berkshires and heritage Tamworth pigs enjoy a pleasant environment at Muddy Feet Farm

Teddy the dog trial continues Monday and Thursday

Anderson Joe is in court Nov. 18, Melissa Tooshley on Nov. 21

Woman terrified after being stalked by car on rural road near Duncan

On an isolated part of Cowichan Lake Road, two women are almost trapped in creepy incident

Vancouver Islanders working on school bus safety

School kids don’t always think about cars when boarding or leaving a school bus: we do it for them

Sophie’s choice: Vancouver Islander crafts election night dress for PM Trudeau’s wife

Sophie Gregoire’s golden dress has a Cowichan Valley connection

B.C.-raised designer crafts election night dress for PM Trudeau’s wife

Sophie Gregoire’s golden dress has a Cowichan Valley connection

Have you seen missing Duncan teen Cera Qwulshemut?

15-year-old First Nations girl missing from in front of Shoppers Drug Mart

Two RCMP vehicles vandalized in Duncan over long weekend

Local Mounties asking for help in finding culprits

Police look for suspect after man, 85, punched in face in Vancouver Island road rage attack

Police looking for info after 85-year-old man attacked in road rage incident on Herd Road Oct. 9

Vancouver Island 85-year-old punched in head in road rage attack

Police looking for info after 85-year-old man attacked in road rage incident near Duncan Oct. 9