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When deciding who to vote for, here are a few things Cowichan News Leader Pictorial editor John McKinley looks for.
We need to start directing our society away from its reliance on gas.
This is a program that needs to be put on hold and reconsidered in its entirety.
The Ladysmith Sportsmen's Club is organizing a cleanup for April 12, starting at 9 a.m. from the Bush Creek Hatchery.
Officials need to be open with the public about the process for choosing the new Cowichan District Hospital site.
There seem to be a lot of positives with the newly-upgraded Peerless Road Recycling Centre in south Ladysmith.
Nominations for the Spirit of Ladysmith Community Awards are due Wednesday, March 19.
The one underlying ethic any hockey person buys into is that of teamwork.
Couverdon is holding an open house Feb. 26 in Ladysmith, and this is a good opportunity to ask your questions and share your concerns.
The waters off our coast will get a lot of attention this year, and rightly so.
Sure, Nov. 15 may seem like a long way off, but we need all 10 months to be prepared.
A guest editorial offers resolutions to help the community build a bright and happy future together.
The NDP is doing some good Opposition work by putting the feet of the premier and the B.C. Liberals to the fire.
The assertion Nanaimo-Ladysmith's school district is doing something wrong while Cowichan is doing something right is probably correct.
Reporter Ross Armour writes about experiencing his first Ladysmith Festival of Lights Light Up celebration.
Make ferry use free then open all routes to private competition, says the Cowichan News Leader Pictorial.
Coins For Kids (formerly known as Pennies For Presents) supports the Christmas Cheer Fund and Christmas hampers.
Keep urging the powers-that-be to improve our roads, but take it upon yourself to drive safely.
Any plans to develop Echo Heights forest in Chemainus should be shelved for the forseeable future.
It's time the province stopped treating school districts like prodigal songs on fixed allowances.