Andrea Rondeau

Cowichan Valley Public Art Gallery sharing wealth of online art

The CVPAG page will feature new artists and galleries every two weeks

Cowichan Music Festival stars denied chance at provincials due to COVID-19 cancellation

“We were grateful that we were able to hold the Cowichan Music Festival”

North Cowichan to police popular trails to ensure physical distancing

“You can expect delays accessing Mount Tzouhalem, or even to be turned away.”

Cowichan schools being stymied by outdated student contact info

If you haven’t heard from the school by week’s end, get in touch

Duncan food bank closed due to possible COVID-19 exposure

The facility will be closed for at least the week of March 23-28

Andrea Rondeau column: We all need a little downtime

With the technologies we have now at least it’s not as isolating as it once would have been.

Andrea Rondeau column: How much is too much COVID-19 coverage?

We don’t want to overload people on COVID-19.

List of cancelled Cowichan Valley community events

An ongoing list of events that have been cancelled in the Cowichan Valley due to COVID-19

Peforming Arts Centre cancels Natalie MacMaster show as province bans 250+ person events

MacMaster’s show was set to be packed, and would have well exceeded that number.

Cowichan Music Festival Highlights Concert No. 2

A big crowd turned out at the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre

Andrea Rondeau column: No need to panic over COVID-19

There is no sense in rushing out and filling multiple carts full of toilet paper and pasta

Arts and entertainment column: Lots to see in music and film in Cowichan

The Cowichan Folk Guild is urging everyone to go West My Friend this weekend.

3 winners headline Cowichan Consort concerto concert

The choir from École Mt. Prevost will be also be featured

2 arrested in bust of social media app drug operation in Cowichan

Quantities of suspected MDMA and Shatter, a marijuana derivative and benzodiazepine, were seized.

Andrea Rondeau column: Monday morning on the breaking news beat

The view from my back deck yielded smoke billowing into the air.

Arts and Entertainment column: From opera to jazz to burlesque, it’s all coming up in Cowichan

On the big screen at the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre, classic Porgy and Bess.

Editorial: Province must step up to help with opioid, homelessness crisis in Cowichan

Never have these problems been so bad as they are now

Famed fiddler Natalie MacMaster headed to Duncan

An Acoustic Evening With Natalie MacMaster on Thursday, March 12 at the Performing Arts Centre.