Robert Barron

North Cowichan and the City of Duncan receive awards for financial work

Awards recognize excellence in financial reporting

New rowing centre may lead to solutions to Quamichan Lake’s algae problem

National focus could lead to more resources to deal with issue

Work to expand X-Treme Skate Park in Duncan begins this week

Expansion expected to be completed in April

North Cowichan will now start processing retail cannabis applications

At its meeting on Jan. 16, council established criteria

Cowichan Bay’s Cittaslow designation could be in jeopardy

Less people involved with Cittaslow activities

Robert Barron column: Kudos to hydro crews

It would have been enough work for any hydro crew just to deal with a few houses on one street

Investigation continues into police shooting of Cowichan’s Chris Bloomfield

Bloomfield shot by police in Mill Bay in November

UPDATE: Air quality advisory lifted for Cowichan Valley

Open burning ban remains in effect

Cowichan Bay company making waves over derelict boat problem

Pacific Industrial Marine rescues two after last storm

Family fought hard, but together in Cowichan for Christmas

Now bureaucratic fight begins to bring father from New Zealand

Robert Barron column: Animal cruelty laws need an overhaul

I expect that, as his victim was an animal, Springer will likely receive just a slap on the wrist

Animal cruelty trial in case of Teddy the dog set for Feb. 27

Teddy the dog rescued last year, but died from injuries

Role of Duncan commissionaire questioned after photos taken at protest

City of Duncan employee took pictures of people gathered at MLA’s office

Neighbours of Duncan overdose prevention site upset about theft, public sex, littering

Concerns raised about nuisance and possible criminal behaviours

New women’s shelter in Duncan about half full

More expected as weather worsens and women become aware of service