Canadian spirit taking a beating in pipeline dispute

Olympic Games and Humboldt support overshadowed by senseless quibbling

Amalgamation vote brings up more questions than answers

North Cowichan and Duncan need to remain separate, but with redrawn boundaries

Animal abuse acts alarming

Rally a good starting point for the Cowichan Valley

Cowichan Valley Midget Hockey Tournament truly memorable

Families affected by the loss of loved ones embrace the opportunity to remember together

Arts centre plan for Chemainus worth pursuing

Facility will be geared as much for local use as a tourist attraction

That Smell just not pleasant for Chemainus

Ministry review will hopefully bring some clarity

Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon on leaving Government House
Funeral procession for Const. Ian Jordan
Minister blames 'uncertainty' for stalling pipeline expansion
Grand chief accuses feds of groveling to Kinder Morgan

Paying at the pump becoming painful

No relief in sight for our rising fuel prices

More hiring by North Cowichan not the answer

Municipality’s habit of continual tax increases needs to be nipped in the bud

EDITORIAL: Fight bullying every day

Pink Shirt Day is Feb. 28

  • Feb 25th, 2018

No need to set conduct standards

North Cowichan going too far when it’s not necessary

You can’t always include everyone

There are times when making a selection is better than going overboard

No easy way to get answers

Local officials required to pass the buck to head offices, upper management

Potential emergency a wake-up call

Residents need to heed possible warnings and have a plan

Amalgamation idea for North Cowichan and Duncan becoming confusing

Referendum date hangs in the balance until minister gives it the go-ahead

Help keep bears out of harm’s way

Locking up garbage a step that must be undertaken

Hazy cloud hangs over marijuana legalization date

North Cowichan insists its costs will be higher and wants a share of the revenue

Column: Swedish hockey captain missed the silver lining

Sportsmanship is also a skill that needs practice after Lias Andersson threw his silver medal into the crowd

  • Jan 8th, 2018

Adding staff at North Cowichan not a great move

Municipality keeps spending while taxes rise

New year brings a renewed focus in Chemainus

It promises to be an interesting time with so much already on the agenda ahead

Christmastime brings personal reflection about contributions

So many people have a lot to offer, but only a select few give willingly