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Tourism Cowichan Events and Festivals Fund accepting applications

Tourism Cowichan Events and Festivals Fund accepting applications

$81,000 has already been awarded to support local Cowichan businesses and their events
Cowichan Lifelong Learners say so long after 30 years

Cowichan Lifelong Learners say so long after 30 years

Lifelong Learners last hurrah, and class will be a tour of Shawnigan Lake School on June 3
Lake Flashback: Promotional video, school news, talent search, surprise award

Lake Flashback: Promotional video, school news, talent search, surprise award

A look back at the history of the Cowichan Lake area
QUIZ: A tribute to rodeos and cowboy culture

QUIZ: A tribute to rodeos and cowboy culture

Plenty of rodeos and western-themed events across Western Canada are held during the warmer months
Victoria woman changing the stigma around Borderline Personality Disorder

Victoria woman changing the stigma around Borderline Personality Disorder

Baylie McKnight was diagnosed with BPD when she was 18 years old
Good time had by all at Chemainus Health Care Auxiliary Day celebration

Good time had by all at Chemainus Health Care Auxiliary Day celebration

Customers and staff enjoyed refreshments and smiles
Political Spin: Current polls show an endangered BC United

Political Spin: Current polls show an endangered BC United

A column by Bruce Uzelman
Walk for Dog Guides back in Duncan to raise funds for life-saving partnerships

Walk for Dog Guides back in Duncan to raise funds for life-saving partnerships

The walk will be held at BC Forest Discovery Centre — paws hit the ground at 10 a.m.
Garden tour participants can see Ladysmith in bloom

Garden tour participants can see Ladysmith in bloom

8 gardens featured as part of this year’s tour May 26
23 years later, B.C. mom graduates from high school

23 years later, B.C. mom graduates from high school

Channi Gonzales received her Dogwood Diploma last June after deal with sons