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The 2013 election lives up to the reputation of provincial elections as sources of perpetual entertainment and surprise.
Local candidates who deserve support in this election are ones who talk about issues facing constituents in our riding.
Promotion of green initiatives in lead-up to Earth Day a plus.
The provincial government's new Family Law Act gives us all something to think about.
The Once Upon a Day series of videos about the Cowichan Valley feature beautiful scenes, beautiful music and passionate people.
Saturday's Spirit of Ladysmith Community Awards brought many deserving people into the spotlight.
As of Friday, Feb. 15 B.C. residents can replace their old CareCard with the new BC Services Card.
Carole Jenkins advises fellow dog owners to clean up after their dogs so they can all be free to walk their pooches through a poop-free town
Contract negotiations between BCTF and the Province plagued as always by politics
Adrian Rice urges public to rethink its support for an organization that spends "80 cents of every dollar donated" on wages and fundraising
As of Monday, Feb. 4, pennies are no longer being circulated in Canada. Find out a little bit about the penny's history here.
An announcement that the B.C. Summer Games are coming to the Cowichan Valley in 2018 has far-reaching impacts.
If you support the goals of Idle No More, don't be idle no more for just a little while.
The Festival of Lights Society is looking for volunteers to help during a work party on Sunday, Jan. 27, starting at 9 a.m.
Next week, the Ladysmith Chamber of Commerce and Ladysmith Downtown Business Association are holding their annual general meetings.
There are a few things that would be great to see in our community in the coming year.
Connection is the best present one can get this Christmas.
Many people, organizations and businesses are raising money and collecting donations to help needy families this Christmas.
There are lots of festive activities taking place in the next few weeks in Ladysmith that provide family fun and support charities.
Caitlin McKay thinks the upcoming Old Tyme Christmas and Candlelight Walk Dec. 7 in downtown Ladysmith is full of possibilities.