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Mike McKay passes $82,410,245 budget, replacing deficit $85,631,906 budget previously adopted by fired trustees
School District 79: Mike McKay appointed to oversee Cowichan schools after board removed for deficit budget
Director Mel Dorey praises new approach in gathering community support
Catalyst in the clear? Second amended plan of arrangement gets more than 99 per cent approval
A second barge sinks in Chemainus harbour, while barge towed to Ladysmith earlier this year remains at Slack Point.
Police are not releasing the identity of an individual charged with sexual interference of a person under 16, and sexual assault
Increase in Cowichan Valley Regional District tax ranges from 3.67 per cent to 8.63 per cent.
Saltair residents are being asked if they support spending $4.5 million on water system upgrades in their area.
Pulp, Paper and Woodworkers of Canada union members at Crofton's mill have accepted a new tentative agreement.
B.C. Conservative Party Leader John Cummins will be at the Chemainus Theatre Festival this Tuesday at 7 p.m.
An eleventh-hour look at the numbers meant the majority of CVRD directors were comfortable supporting the regional visitor centre.
$609,000 grant-in-aid request up for approval during special CVRD board meeting Wednesday afternoon
Cowichan police have apologized to an innocent woman wrongly identified as a suspect in a case of fraud in Chemainus.
One of the dilapidated barges squatting in Chemainus harbour sunk last weekend.
The Chemainus River bridge on Chemainus Road will be replaced using $5 million in federal cash.
Ladysmith Mayor Rob Hutchins has been selected chairman of the Cowichan Valley Regional District board.
Ladysmith man awarded national bravery medal
A Chemainus man is in custody on aggravated assault charges after a woman was stabbed in the leg. Jason Konrad, 31, has been charged with two counts of assault with a weapon and one count of aggravated assault — and is also facing drug-related charges — in connection with the Sept. 25 incident.
For Jean Crowder, the death of NDP leader Jack Layton was akin to losing a family member.
Boat rammed log boom near Bare Point on Friday, July 29