Robert Barron

Lake Cowichan elk with head wrapped in wire raises concern

Conservation officers ask that people keep a look out for the animal

Chief of Cowichan Tribes says work being done to address housing, jobs and more

William Seymour says band will soon have more autonomy

Catalyst Paper on Vancouver Island sold to Paper Excellence

Catalyst employs about 1,500 forestry workers in Crofton, Port Alberni and Powell River

Health officers offer pot advice to Vancouver Island governments

North Cowichan and Duncan already preparing for Oct. 17

Cowichan Valley company specializes in repairing hockey sticks

Gord Piercey has saved hundreds of local hockey players thousands of dollars

Duncan turns down mobile emergency shelter for women

New strategies being explored

Canadian Milk Tour ends along with NAFTA

Cross-country dairy lobby tour wraps up on Vancouver Island

Good attendance will see student receive $5,000

Island GM will donate the money for car

Blockade planned for Cowichan Tribes’ band office

Protest by some members set for Oct. 4

Hawaiian paddling event draws Cowichan Valley woman

Lorri Elliott participating in Paddle for Life 2018

Duncan man plans to fully restore $1 fire truck

Truck bought for $1 from Town of Qualicum Beach

Duncan considering mobile women’s shelter

Extreme weather shelter idea has faced resistance in other locations

Former owner of Cowichan Valley’s Russell Farms Market, David Boyd, dies

David Boyd ran business along with Russell Stewart

Cowichan Bay event to thank those who searched for Gladys Barman

Missing women found near Lake Cowichan on Aug. 1

Duncan minister’s stolen scooter quickly returned by police

Police spot it in back of pick-up truck

Multiple tire slashings in Duncan area

Police are investigating

Column: Homeless issues heat up as cold weather returns

Only about 30 per cent of those who are currently homeless have drug addictions.

Green MLA pleased with new direction on environmental assessments

But Cowichan Valley’s SOnia Furstenau says more work to be done