‘It only lacks your presence’: truth, art, words and the legacy of Gord Downie

The Tragically Hip frontman died Tuesday night

Column: Call me Carl

I’ve been a chiropractor for more than 25 years.

  • Oct 18th, 2017

Column Dig In: Training trees gets a lot into a small space

“Espalier” is a nice, short French word that means “trees grown in one plane to save space.”

  • Oct 18th, 2017

RCL Malahat District 134 remembers ‘Canadian soil’ casualties Saturday

The Legion is still seeking names of those who qualify to be added to the register

  • Oct 18th, 2017

B.C. VIEWS: Salmon farm smear campaign sinks

John Horgan, Lana Popham have to face reality now

Dairy farmers keeping eye on NAFTA


    Town, agencies, neighbours concerned about digging that occurred along Cowichan River


      Shawnigan Lake celebrates new Pavilion


        Lake Cowichan hosts a Business Showcase


          Column David Suzuki: It’s time to nix neonics

          It’s time to ban bee-killing pesticides.

          • Oct 15th, 2017

          Column T.W. Paterson: Death came late for WWII veteran Bill Heil

          “Thank you, Schindler!”—former tank comander Bill Heil, recalling the day a dud shell saved his life.

          • Oct 14th, 2017

          Column: Prepare to face the music, open house or meeting

          This is almost always an attempt to dillute the angry crowd

          Column T.W. Paterson: Woodsman, spare that (heritage) tree!

          Not long ago that we traded a maple tree a blandscaped parking lot.

          • Oct 11th, 2017

          Column Dig In: Bring on the Stellar’s jays

          Up to this point I have been an indifferent host but the enemy of my enemy is my friend

          • Oct 11th, 2017

          Drivesmart: Driver attitude and automated enforcement

          Perhaps the most effective way to improve road safety is by improving road user attitude.

          • Oct 11th, 2017

          B.C. VIEWS: Getting past the homeless rhetoric

          Politicians treat citizens protecting neighbourhoods as the problem

          Column David Suzuki: Bye-bye, bug splatter: Is this the new silent spring?

          Masses of monarch butterflies fluttering across Toronto’s waterfront.

          • Oct 8th, 2017

          Column T.W. Paterson: Pioneering UBC botanist missed the mark

          “With B.C.’s climate, native flora, and long-growing season, we have advantages…”

          • Oct 7th, 2017

          Column: Seeking out simple pleasures

          Keep your eyes peeled and you’ll be amazed at what you find

          Column: Online arguments: you’re a terrible, horrible human being

          I was disappointed with the few who decided to attack Robert instead of the issue at hand.

          Column Dig In: Time to layer up the compost heap

          I’ve dabbled with building up the compost as I go but it’s too much hassle

          • Oct 4th, 2017

          Column T.W. Paterson: David Butterfield envisioned a reborn Bamberton

          Bamberton a classic example of this imaginative developer’s motto: Go big or go home.

          • Oct 4th, 2017

          Column Drivesmart: Winter tire season begins

          Is summer over already?

          • Oct 2nd, 2017