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Lefebure rebuilds his previous life in construction

Former North Cowichan Mayor enjoys the transition back to physical outdoor work

Lumberjacks in Love on the cutting edge of woodsman theatrics

Navigate your way through the wilderness with some wild antics and well-crafted tunes

New gallery space opens at St. Joseph’s Art Studios in Chemainus

Work of Us 16 group of Vancouver Island painters featured in first exhibit

Generosity and a kind spirit Hood’s forte

Death of former owner of Mike’s Cafe being felt in Crofton

Time granted to examine Chemainus River Campground situation more thoroughly

Firm deadline to cease operations removed while parties work on ALR exclusion

Chemainus senior turns heads by turning 85 on a zip line

High-flying adventure on the priority list for birthday celebration

Seth Meyers makes light of B.C. woman who scared cougar by blasting Metallica

Comedian highlights Gallant’s actions as ‘the kind of story we need right now’

Earth Guardians leading the rally for youth voices to be heard on climate change

Two local girls prominent on the crew involved in Friday strike in Duncan

Music trivia tournament in Duncan a hit on World Alzheimer’s Day

More than $13,000 raised by people naming that tune

Update – Downtown Chemainus streets reopened after Thursday gas leak

FortisBC crews complete repairs along section of Cypress Street

Source of gas leak being investigated

Portion of downtown Chemainus blocked off around the new library

Long-awaited Crofton road improvements finally happening

Paved shoulders on both sides will be a welcome addition

Campground on the chopping block as ALC deadline looms

Owners fighting to continue facility’s operation, with a huge outpouring of support

Toth’s comeback results in sudden-death playoff victory

Victoria golfer rallies from four shots down to take prestigious Mount Brenton title

Rainfalls generally lighter during a drier August in the Chemainus Valley

Precipitation not enough to break the summer drought

Mamma Mia! No. 1 all-time at Chemainus Theatre box office

All 114 performances sold out, as audiences can’t get enough of Abbamania

Mitchell’s Quilt of Valour comforting in so many ways

Military service and man’s grandmother honoured at the same time

Cant can’t wait for opening night of Mrs. Warren’s Profession

Directing Shaw’s controversial play a cause for reflection on how little society has advanced

Things falling into place at Chemainus Public Market

Renovation work has begun, with the hope of opening before Christmas

Scrutiny of Chemainus accessory building coming to a head

Council to consider action to deal with longtime nuisance property on Cottonwood Road