Robert Barron

Robert Barron column: Don’t forget to vote tomorrow

The very first night I put an election campaign sign on my lawn, someone used it like a football.

Duncan’s mayoral candidates reflect on campaign

Voters go to the polls on Saturday

Business notes: Hair at 60 Queens does its part for the homeless

This is the third year that Hair at 60 Queens has participated in the annual event

Affordable housing project proposed for Duncan

Coun. Tom Duncan to table a notice of motion

Duncan play faces challenges even before first performance as thieves strike

Thefts hamper Deathtrap days before opening at Mercury Theatre

New owners of Crofton mill see bright future for industry

No layoffs or significant changes planned

North Cowichan turns down Crofton housing project

Council decides not right project for area

Robert Barron column: Glad straps no longer used in schools

You would have to hold out your hands, palms up to expose the most sensitive parts

Court dismisses case against Cowichan’s Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit

Second lawsuit expected to be heard next year

Construction cutting off Paddle Road residents in North Cowichan

Paddle Road often shut down due to construction

Lake Cowichan elk with head wrapped in wire raises concern

Conservation officers ask that people keep a look out for the animal

Business notes: Duncan’s Kate Lindsay recognized for forestry excellence

Lindsay is the vice president of sustainability and environmental partnerships

Cowichan Bay forum to help addicts; 2 free treatment spots available

Event is second in Cowichan in two years

Chief of Cowichan Tribes says work being done to address housing, jobs and more

William Seymour says band will soon have more autonomy

Duncan candidates aim to impress at early-morning gathering

Event sponsored by Downtown Duncan Business Improevement Area

Catalyst Paper, including 3 Island mills, sold to Paper Excellence Canada

Company says sale will benefit employees and communitiues

North Cowichan honours Tom Walker and Maeve Maguire

Councillors not seeking re-election

Robert Barron column: Farming breeds fascinating people

On Tuesday, I met up with Henk Schuurmans, a dairy farmer from Ontario