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Filming for Resident Alien begins in Ladysmith

Aliens and excitement take over the streets of Ladysmith during new TV series

Nearly 20 individuals accessed LRCA’s cold weather shelter during 2020 snowstorm

Most individuals accessed the shelter for food, showers, laundry, and to warm up

Shoot the Moon pub passes public hearing stage

Rod Alsop and Jon Ludtke’s proposed pub is one step closer after a packed public hearing

Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP visits Wet’suwet’en camps, calls for Coastal GasLink pipeline to be ‘revisited’

Paul Manly met with Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and the RCMP to talk about the ongoing situation

BREAKING: LSS evacuated after reports of ‘gas smell’

Students were evacuated to Frank Jameson Community Centre, but have since returned to class

Ladysmith Art Council announces new Poet in Residence

John Edwards will serve as the inaugural Poet in Residence

‘Snowmaggedon 2020’ has passed, but 20-30 milimetres of rain expected Friday

Residents should brace for rain and clear drains to prevent localized flooding

Snow and cold is part of our national identity

When Islanders comment on snow and cold, the rest of Canada returns a chilled laugh

What happens in the Cowichan Valley when an earthquake strikes

When an earthquake does happen, will the Cowichan Valley be ready for it?

Exploring life, the afterlife, and near death experiences with Dr. Lynn Echevarria

Echevarria will deliver a talk to the LRCA Seniors Centre Tuesday, January 21 at 1:30 pm

Ladysmith RCMP says only one weather related accident reported so far

Ladysmith’s neighbour Nanaimo has not been so lucky

Disaster Aid Canada raises over $40,000 for Australian wildfire relief efforts

Funds will be directed to Rotary clubs on the ground in impacted communities

Joseph Mairs Memorial pays homage to young trade-unionist

January 19 marks the 18th annual Joseph Mairs Memorial

Resident Alien casting call sees good turnout

The casting call was held January 11 at the Oyster Bay Microtel

Machine Shop improvements progressing despite unexpected challenges

The Town released a update on Machine Shop improvements in their January 7 council agenda package

49th Parallel named finalist in 2020 Family Business Excellence Awards

The award affirms 49th’s family owned and operated business model

Historical Society presents talk on the history, reason, and risk of earthquakes

LDHS president Dr. Quentin Goodbody will deliver the presentation

Council rejects plans for Ladysmith Poet Laureate Program

The $2,300 budget for the program was deemed too high compared to other community needs

Ladysmith photographer wins big with impressive wildlife photo

Terry Jones won the wildlife category of the London Drugs Amateur Photographer of the Year Contest

Waterfront Gallery displays Climate Change and Art: There is no plan B

For their first show of the decade, the gallery chose a poignant topic: climate change.