Robert Barron

Vancouver Island mayors getting first-hand look at E&N railway

Island Corridor Foundation taking mayors of railway towns on inspection tours

B.C. mayors want forestry powers shifted to communities

Vancouver Island push adopted by the Union of B.C. Municipalities

Robert Barron: Hard to find the right spot for overdose prevention

Duncan site has seen thousands of visitors benefit, but creating neighbourhood concerns

Vancouver Island’s Humanity for Horses Rescue closing

Lack of funding and volunteers cited, 30 horses looking for homes

Cycle for Sobriety rider makes Vancouver Island stop in old hometown

Duncan-born Matthew Fee rode bike from Halifax to raise awareness

Duncan area women’s shelter running at full capacity

More than 140 have used shelter’s services since it opened last year

Another long cold winter for victims of Vancouver Island’s housing crisis

Cowichan couple facing winter in uninsulated trailer due to lack of affordable housing

$1 rescued Vancouver Island horse goes from problem child to champion

One-eyed Marvel, once considered dangerous, now a rising star

Concerns force Duncan’s overdose prevention site move

Island Health looking for new site due to vagrancy, loitering, needles, lewd behaviour and more

Robert Barron column: Where are the fringe candidates?

Alternate views make an election more interesting and informative for everybody

Noise reports on Cowichan Motorsport Circuit take aim at each other

Public hearing on VIMC to be held Oct. 1

More than 70 handed lay-off notices at Crofton mill

Weak markets and high costs of wood chips cited as reasons

Vancouver Island’s only vaping manufacturer says industry unfairly targeted

Shawnigan e-liquid maker feels existing health regulations work, better enforcement required

Vote give Cowichan Tribes control over land and resources

Island’s largest First Nation adopts land code, freeing it from some confines of the Indian Act

Pumps at Cowichan Lake shut down

Recent rain raised water levels enough to halt need for emergency feed to Cowichan River

Rain raises water levels in Cowichan Lake

Possibility that pumps could be shut down soon

BC Children’s Hospital was a life-saver for Vancouver Island family

Hospital intrumental in ailing son’s care

Robert Barron: Looking back, I wish I had talked to Terry Fox

I was there for the start of this hero’s journey, never expecting the icon he became

Shut down lays off dozens of Vancouver Island forestry workers

Teal-Jones announces curtailment of coastal harvesting operations at Honeymoon Bay

Cowichan Lake drops 2 inches as pumps feed Cowichan River

Lake expected to drop an inch every five days if the weather stays dry