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Farm land under increasing threat, says agriculture official

Farm land under increasing threat, says agriculture official

Agricultural land across B.C. and in the Cowichan Valley are facing increasing pressures
Canada's Olympic women's rowing team stacked with Vancouver Island talent

Canada's Olympic women's rowing team stacked with Vancouver Island talent

Three women from Vancouver Island will be rowing in the Paris Olympics
Review: Cowichan Bluegrass Festival - A fiddling good time

Review: Cowichan Bluegrass Festival - A fiddling good time

Three days of toe-tapping and hands clapping was the perfect way to celebrate Father's Day weekend
Editorial: Cowichan YES can help break homeless cycle

Editorial: Cowichan YES can help break homeless cycle

We have to start addressing the roots of the problems
Duncan Walk with Me gives voice to vulnerable populations

Duncan Walk with Me gives voice to vulnerable populations

Community members walk together, and listen together as those with lived experience surrounding the toxic drug crisis share their stories
QUIZ: The longest day of the year

QUIZ: The longest day of the year

June 20 marks the longest day of the year and the start of the summer season
Photo gallery: Grads celebrate milestone at Chemainus Secondary School

Photo gallery: Grads celebrate milestone at Chemainus Secondary School

2024 graduates at Chemainus Secondary School dressed in their caps and gowns
Nanaimo-North Cowichan MLA Doug Routley talks politics and life after

Nanaimo-North Cowichan MLA Doug Routley talks politics and life after

Routley announced earlier this year that he would not be seeking re-election
School District and Cowichan Tribes receive $10K Reconciliation Partnership Award

School District and Cowichan Tribes receive $10K Reconciliation Partnership Award

Cowichan Tribes and the Cowichan Valley School District have been honoured for their teamwork
Harassment of elected officials is 'quite real', says CVRD chair

Harassment of elected officials is 'quite real', says CVRD chair

The harassment of elected officials is “quite real” across the country, the chair of the Cowichan Valley Regional District says