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Photos: Restoration nearly complete at Hope's storm-damaged Othello Tunnels

Photos: Restoration nearly complete at Hope's storm-damaged Othello Tunnels

Coquihalla Canyon Park was heavily damaged in November 2021 storms
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
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
Highway bypass options get a pass by North Cowichan

Highway bypass options get a pass by North Cowichan

The idea of constructing a highway bypass around Duncan to ease the traffic congestion on the Trans-Canada Highway has taken another hit.
RCMP host tour of new $48-million detachment

RCMP host tour of new $48-million detachment

The new RCMP building is a hub detachment
Low-speed zero-emission vehicles low priority in North Cowichan

Low-speed zero-emission vehicles low priority in North Cowichan

It appears that introducing low-speed zero-emission vehicles in North Cowichan won’t be happening anytime soon
CVRD opens up doors to attached secondary suites in rural areas

CVRD opens up doors to attached secondary suites in rural areas

All residential properties zoned for single-family dwellings in all of the Cowichan Valley Regional District’s nine electoral areas will soon have the ability to create or construct an attached secondary suite to their home.