Robert Barron

Cowichan Tribes fears favouritism holding up pot shop applications

Chief Seymour says government taking too long for decision on Costa Canna

Man to swim length of Cowichan River in bid for awareness of river health

Geoff de Ruiter to swim from Cowichan Lake to Strait of Georgia

City of Duncan considers tougher laws for drug houses

New bylaw gets first three readings by council

Tube business concerns puncture Cowichan ad campaign

Company feared picture of dry Cowichan River would dissuade customers

Opinion: Waterfront properties need to be watching climate change closely

New national flood maps will show homeowners increasingly at risk

TimberWest won’t log above Youbou this year in wake of landslide risk report

Forest company doesn’t rule out future logging, conducting its own study on viability of terrain

Skipping school costs a dozen Vancouver Island students chance at a new car

Cowichan Secondary’s Jared Lammi showed up and won $5,000 cheque toward vehicle, but he can’t drive

Province steps up for Island toddler’s treatment

Lake Cowichan’s Charleigh Fales only one in B.C. diagnosed with rare CLN2 Batten disease

Vancouver Islander wants more regional control of B.C.’s forests

North Cowichan councillor wants recommendation sent to UBCM

Teal Jones shuts down second-growth harvesting in Honeymoon Bay

About 40 logging contractors impacted locally, company blames high stumpage

Robert Barron column: War veterans are true heroes

There were even veterans of the First World War available for interviews

Slope study raises fear of landslides in Youbou and Lake Cowichan

Climate change, heavier rain falls threaten homes and lives

Province announces $3 million for new child-care spaces in Cowichan

Three new centres will provide 161 new spaces

Island man upset he will have to spend $1,500 to dispute slow driving ticket

Claims innocence in case of looking for Interior camping spot, but must appear in person in court

Robert Barron column: Looks like another smoky summer on the way for the Island

Was that a smoky haze I saw on my way to work Tuesday morning?

Vancouver Island family seeks help for daughter struck with rare disease

Lake Cowichan three-year-old only person in B.C. with CLN2 Batten disease

New Cowichan hospital on schedule to be completed by 2024, so far

Business plan hoped to be submitted by Jan. 1, 2020

Residents look to stem spread of Eurasian water-milfoil in Shawnigan Lake

Shawnigan Residents Association will head program this summer