Robert Barron

Fraser River land-claim case moves to Duncan for two weeks

Cowichan Tribe elders to be interviewed in case involving Tribes’ rights to land in Richmond

Cowichan Tribes buys Genoa Bay Farm

First Nation wants to revert property back to reserve land

Shawnigan group challenging assessments, claiming soil dumps have lowered values

Neighbours raise water quality, property value issues

Island Bakery in Cobble Hill to close

Cobble Hill store in business since 1982

Proposed development freeze melts in North Cowichan

Huge pro-business crowd at Monday night meeting carries the day

Vancouver Island group heading to Thailand to help refugees

Mill Bay Baptist Fellowship Church sponsoring family to come to Valley

Robert Barron: Winter can be hard, but it brings back good memories

I would carefully poke the handle of the shovel through the snow until it bumped into a solid object

Island volunteers clean up fatal accident site, after glitch with road contractor

Ministry of Transportation apologized for the situation following death near Duncan

Robert Barron column: Watch out for credit card fraud

I cancelled my Mastercard earlier this week.

New wells will monitor sensitive Vancouver Island watershed after critical drought in 2019

Project intended to help with water management in south Cowichan’s Koksilah system

Vancovuver Island students soar high in international debate competition

Brentwood College only Canadians left standing in prestigious International Public Policy Forum

Marine protected areas not all good, says Vancouver Island fisherman

Lance Underwood fears for local fisheries

Marine protected areas not all good, says Vancouver Island fisherman

Lance Underwood fears for local fisheries

Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit asks for judicial review of denied development permit

Track operators wants judge to review whether North Cowichan’s denial was properly handled

Significant snowfall could be on the way for parts of Vancouver Island

Some areas could see 10 centimetres of snow by noon Friday, with sub-zero temperatures to follow

North Cowichan losing managers to overwork

CAO says burn-out an increasing problem

Man gets five years after woman held at Vancouver Island farm

Sangha has agreed to plead guilty and serve a sentence of 5.25 years plus two years of probation.

Robert Barron column: Polar bear dip not for the weak

It always seems like a great idea the night before when everyone is in party mode

Wildlife society declares salmon emergency in Vancouver Island watershed

Group fears salmon in the Somenos watershed may be in their last days

Vancouver Island man prepares for Viking adventure

Jason Macleod will take part in voyage highlighting sustainability