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The Island Savings division of First West Credit Union is set to provide ‘the equivalent of’ 650,000 meals
The 12th Vancouver Island Short Film Festival takes place Feb. 10-11 in Nanaimo
Municipality of North Cowichan adds new vehicles to its fleet
Workshop offered on preventing falls, hosted by Island Health physiotherapist
In the wild a contest between a Douglas squirrel and a pair of great horned owls would be no contest at all
Students will be heading back to school Sept. 6
A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur opens Sept. 9
Photographers from across the province competed in amateur competition
Cuba Adelante will be presented at the Camera Club’s Hardwick Hall venue, at High Street and Third Avenue, Sept. 27 starting at 7 p.m
“The water is now safe to drink and to use for all purposes,” states the rescinding order.
Final performance of the nation-wide Man Machine Poem tour
The pace of home sales slowed ‘somewhat’ last month, according to the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board
Three new works will be added to the Emile Carr collection
Ladysmith’s 13th Annual Show ’N Shine rolls into town Saturday, Aug. 20
More than 55 juried artists will set up in tents along First Avenue between Buller and Warren streets Sunday, Aug 28
Request for proposals to create 40 to 60 new and replacement residential care beds in the Cowichan Valley.
Could lead to the construction of affordable housing units in Chemainus and the South End.
A bizarre occurrence that initiates a profound transformation in the lives of the rural hosts.
A romantic comedy by Douglas Home, opens at the Yellow Point Drama Group’s various venues Aug. 19 through 21.
One-time funding from the Ministry of Advanced Education means tuition will be halved for the next round of the VIU-developed program