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She Shed sanctuary helps Ladysmith woman heal

Laurie Armstrong’s “She Shed” has been added to the She Shed Sisterhood

Registration for 2019 Cinnamon Bun Fun Run opens September 3

Spaces for the annual event fill up fast. Proceeds go toward funding LRCA food bank programs

New sign marks Ladysmith Marina as largest Purple Martin colony on Vancouver Island

Thanks to conservation efforts, the Western Purple Martins are up to 800 breeding pairs

St. John’s Anglican Church on Buller street ready to be demolished at”any time”

The church bell and steeple top cross were donated to the Ladysmith Museum

LRCA rolls out new programs to increase food security and reduce food waste

New programs gather produce from local grocery stores, and teach food skills for families

Pamela Anderson returns home to enjoy ‘peace and solitude’ of Ladysmith

Anderson says “the best is yet to come” in exclusive Q&A

New study explores possibilty of restorative justice in Ladysmith

The LRCA recieved a grant from the B.C. Civil Forfeiture Office to conduct the study

LRCA Concerts in the Park series presents: Beatlemania Unplugged

This will be the final Concerts in the Park event of the summer

Arts on the Avenue turns 21 this weekend

1st Avenue will have a weekend full of arts on display Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon

Invasive Black Locust trees plague Ladysmith neighbourhood

Residents expressed concern that root systems can damage driveways and house foundations

B.C. Ferries posts record profit, but should they?

Many Vancouver Islanders share opinions on how B.C. Ferries should be run

Conceptual plans unveiled for Fisherman’s Wharf upgrade

Senior project engineer, Andrew Cornell presented the design at the August 19 Town council meeting

Ladysmith Chamber president speaks up for local business at meeting with provincial ministers

Tammy Leslie, Ladysmith Chamber president presented three policy proposals to the government

Wildlife photographer Boomer Jerritt will host Ladysmith lecture

Fresh off a trip to Churchill, Manitoba, Jerritt will speak on how climate change affects the arctic

Excavators help cute kid who copied their dig with his toys stay “safe at work”

Carson Carnegie wakes up at 7:00 am every morning to watch construction work on his street

Woman rescued from Heart Lake trail after breaking her ankle

First responders spent around two hours to safely extract the woman from the trail

Update on Machine Shop renovations presented to council

Prelimiary work has commenced as the Town awaits building permit approval

The Worldly Gourmet Kitchen Store celebrates six years

The Worldly Gourmet is Ladysmith’s premier location for international gourmet and commercial cookware

Homeless people deserve to be treated with respect and dignity like everyone else

People can express concern about homelessness without resorting to hateful and dehumanizing comments

LRCA Concerts in the Park Series presents: Doctors of Rock N’ Roll

This will be their third show at Concerts in the Park, among many shows they’ve played in Ladysmith