Courier office closes to the public

Precautionary measure taken

Effective immediately, Wednesday, March 18, the Chemainus Valley Courier office in Duncan has closed to the public.

The Courier staff of publisher Andrea Rosato-Taylor, editor Don Bodger and sales rep Kathy Holmes remains on the job, but we will not be handling walk-in customers, in a bid to preserve the health of the public and staff during the COVID-19 outbreak. This is strictly a precautionary measure.

If you need to reach the Courier for any reason you can do so by phone at 250-246-1448, or by email:

Publisher: andrea.rosato-taylor@blackpress.ca

Editor: don.bodger@chemainusvalleycourier.ca

Sales: kathy.holmes@chemainusvalleycourier.ca

Circulation: audette.lepage@cowichanvalleycitizen.com

Classifieds: bcclassifieds@blackpress.ca

We thank you for your patience during this time. For all the latest news about COVID-19 and from around the Cowichan Valley check out our website: www.chemainusvalleycourier.ca.

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