Robert Barron

Duncan mayor says ‘no’ to amalgamation

Phil Kent believes “much deeper” conversation on issue needed

Advisory group recommends raising weir to prevent dry-up of Cowichan River

Increasimg height of weir among recommendations

Robert Barron column: Island a beautiful and dangerous place

But the Valley does face even more of a threat from earthquakes than many had thought.

North Cowichan’s former CAO received almost full-year salary in severance

Dve Devana left the municipality in March, 2017

False info going around about amalgamation of Duncan and North Cowichan

Munro Thompson Communications talks of taxes, financial implications

CVRD puts affordable housing tax to a referendum

Voters will have say in October

Smart technology bridge proposed to cross Saanich Inlet

Meant to offer alternative to crossing Malahat

Smart technology bridge proposed to cross Saanich Inlet

Meant to offer alternative to crossing Malahat

Whales hunting porpoises thrill tourists

Pod spotted hunting porpoises near Pender Island

Business notes: Thrift Town moves to new location

The main reason is because the thrift store had outgrown its old, smaller location.

Warm and sunny conditions expected to begin this weekend

Temperatures forecast to peak by mid week

North Cowichan’s former CAO received almost full-year salary in severance

Dve Devana left the municipality in March, 2017

Duncan mayor says ‘no’ to amalgamation

Phil Kent believes “much deeper” conversation on issue needed

Bicyclists descend on Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit for fundraiser

“Light on PTSD” organization raises money and awareness of trauma

Smoking becoming a thing of the past

Robert Barron’s column

Duncan could soon allow food carts

Council considers zoning changes

Duncan considers amending its smoking bylaw

New rules would restrict smoking in public further

Case study: Amalgamation between Abbotsford and Matsqui seen as successful

Economic development easier to facilitate

North Cowichan nixes large housing proposal

Plan for a 20-lot subdivsion in too rural of an area, council decides