Robert Barron

Robert Barron column: COVID-19 changing our worlds

I expect there won’t be any return to our regular lives for a long time

Western Forest Products curtails operations for one week due to COVID-19 crisis

Curtailments at Cowichan and Ladysmith sawmills will continue into the second quarter

Robert Barron column: Sealing was a dangerous job

The sealing bosses never held training sessions on how to do it properly and safely

Cowichan struggling to find new home for well-used overdose prevention site

510 ‘unique’ clients who, together, average about 2,600 visits a month

Vancouver Island man refusing to move bylaw-defying tiny home from his property

Cowichan Valley Regional Disrict gives Vic Tyler until March 15 to remove Cowichan riverfront home

New $16.2-million transit facility opens in Cowichan Valley

Project a partnership of three levels of government

Robert Barron column: It’s time to rattle some cages in Victoria

Cowichan got $66,000 in overdose response funding last year, down by a third from previous year

North Cowichan to outline community crisis to provincial ministries

Initiative is part of campaign by local leadership to highlight regional concerns

Another phone scam hits the Island

Phones most popular tool of fraudsters, as phony Service Canada call hits Cowichan

Neighbours frustrated with abandoned homeless camps along Vancouver Island trails

Residents frustrated that local authorities are not doing more to deal with the problem

Duncan man to stand trial in death of his brother

Daniel Coogan will be back in court on March 23 to set trial date

Robert Barron column: Gas price rollercoaster confusing

But their customers will continue to pay the price for their precious petrol

Pair of Western Forest Products mills remain idle after exhausting strike

WFP claims log supply, markets to blame for continued idling at Ladysmith and Cowichan Bay

Rain storm changes the course of the Cowichan River

Hatching fish to be monitored this spring after weather diverts course away from 1-kilometre bend

After more than 2 weeks, still no sign of Ethan Sampson of Duncan

28-year-old Cowichan Tribes man still missing after last being seen in the Cowichan River

Pressure builds for buses from Cowichan to ferry terminals

North Cowichan’s council now requesting bus connections be considered

Robert Barron column: Let’s hope the strike is really over

I’m quite curious to see what terms the United Steelworkers agreed to

Cowichan woman deals with break in after flooding forces her from home

Thief, who is known to her, now taunting her by text

More than a quarter of students at one Cowichan elementary school home sick

Alex Aitken Elementary School reports more than one-quarter of students sick