Andrea Rondeau

Andrea Rondeau column: A few tips for letters to the editor

priority is given to letters from members of our community

Andrea Rondeau column: Last week’s lost hiker can teach a valuable lesson in being prepared

When a search for someone missing in the bush heads into its…

Andrea Rondeau column: Let’s move on tree protection bylaw

One of the things I did was go to Cathedral Grove.

Duncan woman found safe and sound on Heather Mountain after two-day ordeal

Alone, lost on the mountain with a chilly wet night setting in, the lost hiker did everything right

Chris Wilkinson Column: Don’t want to do it? Challenge yourself

Chris Wilkenson column: Employ some grit

Andrea Rondeau column: Crime Stoppers is back, plus, why crime is important to write about

As a newspaper we cover crime as more than just entertainment.

Andrea Rondeau column: Big award wins boost newsroom morale

This year both the Cowichan Valley Citizen and the Lake Cowichan Gazette garnered several prizes.

Loved ones looking for help after Cowichan Bay man attacked, suffers cracked skull

A well-known Cowichan Bay couple needs help, after an attack at Pier…

Andrea Rondeau column: ‘Sit down and shut up’ attitude to students on climate change disturbing

It’s not too often that I’m taken aback by the response to…

Andrea Rondeau column: Chemainus Theatre Festival a unique, surprising venue

Not many towns the size of Chemainus can boast a year-round professional theatre

PHOTO GALLERY: Garden tour a hit with Cowichan plant-lovers

Six gardens were on the agenda

Andrea Rondeau column: Positives on the environmental front

Does hearten me so many people concerned about future of environment they’re taking it to the polls.

Andrea Rondeau column: Getting something new for the office: a naloxone kit

This was something that I never would have imagined we’d have use for as little as five years ago.

Andrea Rondeau column: Thrifting and donation bins: don’t muck up a good thing

I’m a big fan of thrift store shopping. I love heading in…

Andrea Rondeau column: New Citizen column will help you get bitten by gardening bug

Our Wednesday edition the Citizen boasted a gardening column for the first time.

Andrea Rondeau column: Why the Notre Dame fire touched us all

None of us could look away from the sight of the fire

Andrea Rondeau column: Never thought I’d be covering measles outbreaks

It’s a disease that was declared eradicated in Canada in 1998.

Andrea Rondeau column: Someone honked at me for stopping for a pedestrian in a crosswalk

One morning this week while I was driving to work, I stopped…

Missing 44-year-old man found in Shawnigan

Matthew Gilbert Darlington was last seen on April 3