Robert Barron

Business notes: Sidewalk celebration deemed a success

Approximately 26 stores in the downtown core took part

Robert Barron column: Veterans should be honoured on Remembrance Day

The Crow’s Nest was opened during the Second World War for naval officers

Duncan man’s old war map stirs memories of relatives

David Moss has had map for 40 years

Diversity celebrated as North Cowichan’s new council sworn in

Mayor Al Siebring says he likes council’s diversity

Paddle Road residents feel trapped in homes

Ongoing construction work makes road impassable

Federal NDP leader heads to Cowichan for supply management Town Hall

Federal NDP leader will attend town hall in Cobble Hill on Nov. 13

Business notes: Solitaire Press receives kudos for charity work

“The money we would have spent on the posters goes back to the kids.”

Island family invited to Remembrance Day ceremonies in Belgium

Three generations of Macintosh family served in military

Awards handed out to Duncan’s best

Awards handed out at city council inaugeration

The City of Duncan swears in new council

Michelle Staples is the city’s first female mayor

Staples excited to take on role of mayor in Duncan

New council sworn in on Nov. 5

Legal cannabis stores unlikely to open in Cowichan anytime soon

Taking a long time to process applications

Cowichan senior warns of property theft

Driveway lamps stolen from home in Lakes Road area

Robert Barron column: Handle your fireworks with care

New vanish on the deck caught fire quickly and within minutes, my colleague’s whole house was on fire

North Cowichan’s new mayor ready to bring change

Al Siebring says he has a good team to work with