Robert Barron

North Cowichan trail connector plans scrapped for 2019

Plans were to build a $460,000 trail connection between Stamps and Bazett Roads

North Cowichan to pause all logging in forest reserve for 2019

Municipality expects decision to cause $150,000 shorfall this year

Barred owl raises pet concerns for Cowichan resident

Raptor Rescue Society says owls part of environment

Robert Barron column: Thanks to municipal workers during snow storm

I’ve always wondered how anything gets done when mounds of snow fall from the sky.

Strangers save life of hiker in Cowichan

Hike up Cobble Hill Mountain turns into ambulance ride, surgery

North Cowichan asked to participate in program to cut human-wildlife conflicts

WildSafeBC offers program on reducing human-wildlife conflicts

N. Cowichan budgets $10K for ‘Duncan Strip’ crime strategy

Businesses identify crime and social issues as major factors

Cowichan Bay man and his dog rescued from ravine

Workers from Superior Excavating stepped in to help

Website established to help home drug users stay safe in Cowichan

Site comes with up-to-date drug warnings and advice

Major retrofit will shut down Cowichan Aquatic Centre for part of 2020

Public can expect closures and program disruptions

CVRD reports 249 bylaw complaints in 2018

Most concerned with land-zoning and waste-management issues

Cowichan visitor centre could face funding shortfall

City of funding proposes to cut grant by $4,000

Provincial salmon report to be tabled by end of month

Doug Routley is co-chairman of the province’s wild salmon advisory council

Contract up for Cowichan’s Sharps Pick-Up Team

Temporary contract now in place until end of March

North Cowichan looking for more public input — and they’ve budgeted $27K to get it

Council decides to conduct citizen satisfaction survey and hold training sessions for staff

Island Health launches needle-awareness campaign

Encourages support of local needle-recovery efforts

Cowichan leaders hopeful with Malcomson’s Nanaimo by-election win

Political stability seen as important to getting work done