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VIDEO: Jamboree Day a great success at Cowichan Lake arena

Lake Cowichan minor hockey, and its friends, families, and supporters are out in force for jamboree

Shawnigan Lake man faces extradition

Anthony Michael Kubica appears in Vancouver courtroom

  • Jan 19th, 2018

B.C. Summer Games volunteers needed in Cowichan

Organizers need the engergy of about 3,000 volunteers

Catalyst Paper will fight new punitive duties from U.S.

Forest company says trade decision “unfair”

Municipality of North Cowichan moves to ban pot shops

Any application would require a site-specific zoning amendment that would have to come to council

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Lake Cowichan Hockey Jamboree Day 2018
Cowichan Lake New Year's Baby 2018
Cowichan Valley school district trains for earthquakes
LCS vs Capitals: fun game is becoming a tradition

Jury convicts spear-wielding Duncan man in 2015 Ladysmith RV park murder

Trever George Meers used a handmade spear to stab Rayna Johnson at the Campers Corners RV Park

Jury convicts spear-wielding Duncan man in 2015 Ladysmith RV park murder

Trever George Meers used a handmade spear to stab Rayna Johnson at the Campers Corners RV Park

Storm batters Cowichan Valley but power stays on

Despite thunder, lightning, wind and pounding rain, only a few areas suffered power cuts

Tal Bachman, Lance Lapointe head to Duncan Brew Pub with Hometown Hockey

The event includes prizes and a silent auction, with all proceeds going to support KidSport Cowichan

B.C. cougar kitten rescued after mother struck by vehicle

Conservation Officers find home for young kitten found dehydrated and frostbitten near Williams Lake

Business notes: New chocolate shop in Duncan specializes in vegan creations

Owner Sara Cahoon said chocolate has always been one of her favourite snacks as a kid

Cowichan Lake radio station shuts down for lack of volunteers

The tiny station has fought long and hard to stay alive, but it’s the end of the trail for CICV 97.5

4-year-old saddened after thieves vandalize toy car in Duncan

The toddler from Lake Cowichan always looked forward to going to the Duncan Showroom

UPDATED: Women’s shelter not going ahead in Duncan

School district pulls back on former Charles Hoey school site

Lake Cowichan Salmon Mushroom Festival calls it quits

Popular two-day festival has been annual event for 18 years

Winds up to 100 km/h expected for Vancouver Island

“If you are near the water, it is important to be ‘Coastsmart,’ by staying above the high tide.”

Plans for a warming station for the homeless in Cowichan dropped

But an extreme weather shelter for women will likely be set up