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Natasha Harris won the people’s choice award for best seafood chowder at the Ocean Wise Chowdown in Vancouver Nov. 23.
Usually it’s the lights and fireworks that light up people’s faces at Ladysmith’s Festival of Lights, but a marriage proposal did it first.
On Nov. 19, a proposal to borrow up to $3.03 million to replace North Oyster’s fire hall and build a second one was defeated 348-251.
Town council has approved the spending of $2,900 to set up a residential vegetable oil collection kiosk in Ladysmith.
The weather put a damper on the numbers but not on the spirit of those who came out for the 24th annual Light Up in Ladysmith.
The Town of Ladysmith will have a new director of infrastructure in the new year as the current director, Joe Friesenhan, is retiring.
Requiring filmmakers to put up a $20,000 bond will help minimize impact on local businesses, says the mayor.
An interesting find during a Sunday walk at grandma’s insistence may land a Ladysmith boy a spot in Guinness World Records.
Ladysmith has a new website, and feedback has been positive so far.