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Rolli Gunderson reviews the events and happenings of 1990.
Rolli Gunderson shares the diary entries of a war bride who came to Canada in the 1940s.
Rolli Gunderson discusses the anniversary of the beginning of the First World War.
Rolli Gunderson discusses the young men from around Cowichan Lake who fought and died in World War Two
Rolli Gunderson shares names and faces from past elections in Lake Cowichan
Rolli Gunderson details the differences between Lake Cowichan in 1994 and 2014.
Rolli Gunderson continues to discuss the history of the railways, detailing how they've been turned into hiking trails.
In March 1988 the last train from Youbou moved slowly through town on its final run before hastening on into oblivion.
This June marks the 25th anniversary of the Lake Cowichan Secondary School’s Class of 1989
In years past, Lake Cowichan’s main street, known to all as South Shore Road, was called Riverside Drive.
Years before Cowichan Lake District Seniors Centre was built, the property was occupied by the village’s first community hall.
“Greendale Road it is now called,” wrote Trevor Green in his journal of February 21, 1965.
The Cowichan Lake District Skating Club was formed in June 1970, the same year that the Cowichan Lake Sports Arena was officially opened.
It was of sufficient thickness for safe skating reported the March 1950 issue of the UBO Bulletin.
Early 1980s saw major flooding and new seniors housing
The Village of Lake Cowichan topped the charts when temperatures reached 39 degrees Celsius
Hill 60 refers to the long hill that stretches between the Paldi turnoff to the top of the hill (the straight stretch) on Highway 18.
Just down the street from the former Delle’s store stands an old building that was once the medical office of Dr. Bert Mewhort.
Faces of the past: Henry Lundgren, family man, union activist and community supporter
In the 1950s Lake Cowichan and the surrounding communities were a going concern.