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Town of Lake Cowichan businesses can sure use a few more people through the doors.
We hope there is a plan in the works to make this housing-for-all push more permanent.
Time to poke our heads out of our comfortable nests and venture out into the world again.
The chickens are coming home to roost, so to speak, on this issue during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We have long been proponents of getting the Island Rail Corridor back up and running
There are long stretches of the river that fall outside of the Town of Lake Cowichan’s boundaries
The problem is that the weir that we have can only do so much.
It comes down to this: we need out frontline workers.
Now is the time to be hopeful, absolutely. But it’s not yet the time to go out and have a big party
All jurisdictions in the Cowichan Valley are under no-burn orders at this time.
The weir at Cowichan Lake resumed operations for 2020 on March 18.
Fortunately, sanity prevailed and the market went ahead on Saturday
Island Health should be more forthcoming about where on the Island cases are confirmed
This is the time when we must all, metaphorically, come together
This week, the Comox Valley Record published two articles regarding the novel…
Scotch broom is a scourge here in the Cowichan Valley
No mega-projects, with mega-budgets needed.