Robert Barron

Dutch liberation commemorated at Duncan cenotaph

Canadian troops played integral role

COVID-19 Cowichan homeless plan gets financial backing

BC Housing, other groups, provide $392,000 for plan’s phase one

Business notes: Cowichan Valley businesses adapt to COVID-19 crisis

Some local businesses are adapting to handle the new realities and restrictions…

Paintings stolen from Honeymoon Bay studio

Artist wants them returned

City of Duncan establishes grant program during COVID-19 crisis

The Government/Kenneth Street capital project will be delayed until 2021 to fund it

CVRD says no tax relief during COVID-19 crisis

Budget for 2020 set in December

City of Duncan looks to find cost savings in its 2020 budget

Final budget must be adopted by May 15

City of Duncan to go online to gather public feedback on projects

Health crisis has caused the cancellation of workshops

Duncan council allows minor changes to College Street development

Project calls for five three-storey structures, with 21 units

Cowichan students begin studies again, but not in schools

District introduces new at-home learning curriculum

North Cowichan anticipating borrowing $10 million bridge funding

Funding anticipated to cover shortfall if tax deadline extended due to COVID-19

Small ceremony planned at Duncan cenotaph to commemorate liberation of Netherlands; tulips welcome

In lieu of attending due to size limitations, people are encouraged to place tulips beforehand

North Cowichan has received 10 complaints regarding COVID-19 rules so far

But bylaw officers lack enforcement authority

Still no updates on Christmas Eve double homicide in Duncan

Police say murders are still under investigation

Cowichan man helps develop new app to aid health care during COVID-19 crisis

Hans Vedo works remotely with Burnaby-based Traction on Demand

Lake Cowichan Chamber of Commerce introduces e-gift program

Initiative meant to help businesses through pandemic

Duncan Cowichan Chamber of Commerce steps up to help businesses during epidemic

Websites help connect to customers, as well as supports and resources

North Cowichan must decide if it wants to continue with new RCMP building this year

Municiplaity wants to use alternative approval process instead of referendum