Ross Forrest

CBC personality Jonny Harris hit Lake Cowichan to film an episode of ‘Still Standing’.

Year in Review: Mayor’s report

Another productive year for the town comes to a close while the goals and objectives of council remain the same as in previous years.

CBC personality Jonny Harris hit Lake Cowichan to film an episode of ‘Still Standing’.

Mayor’s report: Town focusing resources on improving water quality

Early in my life I was taught to make the best out of a bad situation and that is exactly what the town is attempting to do

Lots of projects to look forward to in 2016

The year is new but our goals and objectives remain the same.

Resa Clark-Attrell and Amanda Sawatzky are two of the 40-plus volunteers who boxed up donated food and items to make Christmas hampers for people in need this year.

Recognizing the great people in Lake Cowichan in 2015

Our community has always been a special place to those of us who have made it home

Resa Clark-Attrell and Amanda Sawatzky are two of the 40-plus volunteers who boxed up donated food and items to make Christmas hampers for people in need this year.

From totem raising to going age friendly and Remembrance Day

The totem pole ceremony on Nov. 14 will be remembered for being one of the strongest community building events in Lake Cowichan.

Legion member Terry Olson was at the post office selling poppies last week.

Remembrance Day more than a holiday

It is important that people recognize Remembrance Day, or Armistice Day for the true meaning it represents to all us.

Legion member Terry Olson was at the post office selling poppies last week.

Mayor’s report: Wood award, Terry Fox Run, Kaatza gala highlight October

Weather notwithstanding, the Terry Fox Run this year was a great success

Mayor’s Report

Mayor Ross Forrest discusses new crosswalks, primary health care and more.

Mayor’s Report: State of the Town of Lake Cowichan

Forrest's lengthy, detailed August update on the town

Lake Cowichan community’s water consumption reduced

Since 2011, we have seen a dramatic reduction in the town’s consumption of water.

Support of community for events and projects appreciated by mayor

Support of community for events and projects appreciated by Mayor Ross Forrest

Changes about town get people expressing opinions

The changes for South Shore Road are becoming more evident daily.

Budget talks a trying time for council

Mayor Ross Forrest's report:Budget talks are a very trying time for council.

Citizens vital to success of our town

Volunteers, without a doubt, are the strength of our community

Mayor’s Report: 2011, a year in review

The third year of my first term as Lake Cowichan’s mayor began as interestingly as the previous two years.

Mayor’s Report: The possibilities are endless for future

It was encouraging to see 482 voters cast ballots for our fluoridation referendum.

Volunteers make our community what it is

There have been numerous activities around the community lately. The larger ones included the 10th Annual Great Lake Walk and the 30th Annual Appollos Slo-Pitch Tournament.

Town council wants your input on South Shore road project

Construction on the eco-friendly parking lot for the arena has begun, and will contribute to improving our town’s appearance.

Council is busy gathering information in preparation for future plans

This past month, council had the opportunity to participate in important information gathering meetings.

Welcome to the Town of Lake Cowichan’s week-long festivities

Welcome! We are delighted to have everyone participate and share in the 60th Annual Cowichan Lake Days, hosted by chairperson Bob Day, and his committee, who have worked long and hard to organize another exciting program this year.