Local Business

Chemainus’ Riot Brewing collects silver honour in Canadian Brewing Awards

Vortex Robust Porter makes the grade with the judges in Halifax

McGregor makes rapid move from member to Chemainus Chamber of Commerce president

Eight months is all it takes for 49th Parallel Grocery manager to take over the top helm

Microtel Inn & Suites opens at Oyster Bay outside Ladysmith

Peter Watts, familiar to Chemainus folks from the Best Western, assumes the general manager duties

Morrison maintains an amazing longevity in her profession

Providing counselling services keeps her motivated at 74, but she maintains balance in her own life

VI Fitness files for bankruptcy

Workout locations across Greater Victoria closed permanently May 1

  • May 2nd, 2018

A-Team getting down to business on arts centre proposal

Volunteers looking into the various tasks required to make the project a reality

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Morneau: Feds would back new Trans Mountain investors
Sears Canada job losses very sad, says former executive
Shopper sad about Sears, as chain holds liquidation sales
Sears liquidation sale at Hillside Mall begins today

Most Chemainus shops already utilizing paper bags

Plastic bags for single use clearly on the way out

Council reduces tax levy on light industry during marathon meeting

Letter being written with concerns about cannabis production facilities in the ALR

  • Apr 12th, 2018

Riot Brewing Co. receives Black Tie Award

Business Achievement 1-10 Employees honour

  • Apr 11th, 2018

Taggart and Killeen depart CTV News Vancouver

Co-anchors exit news outlet amid ‘major refresh’ at station

Companionship care comes with a royal welcome

Ed and Cheryl Bosch start a new business in Chemainus that offers a variety of services

Houses in new Chemainus development selling like hotcakes

Market demands ensure there’s plenty of buyers at the ready for the Artisan Village project

Two Chemainus businesses on Black Tie finalist list

B.C. Marble Products, Riot Brewing in the running for awards April 7

Shipping at Chemainus sawmill comes to a standstill

WFP moves loading of vessels to Duke Point while it considers a cost analysis

Sharp’s Chemainus business a collection of her three passions

The Wildwood Collective brings art, photography and hairdessing together

Skagen brings considerable experience as a hairstylist to Chemainus

Shear Impressions becomes Studio 77 on Maple Street

Building British style home pubs a labour of love for Chemainus couple

Showroom like a museum with accessories and attention to detail

There’s no place like hometown Chemainus for Waller

Being branch manager at Island Savings was always her goal

Public picks Chemainus’ Riot Brewing as best new Cowichan Valley business

Voting conducted through the Island Savings Credit Union Facebook page