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Cowichan Valley Regional District: CVRD contest holds host of hopefuls and referendum questions
School District 79: Seventeen running for school trustee in the Cowichan Valley, including current Ladysmith's Rob Hutchins.
COWICHAN VALLEY REGIONAL DISTRICT: Candidate-heavy Shawnigan and Glenora areas twinned by three wins by acclamation
Municipality of North Cowichan: three more on the books for the coming months and years
Mounties investigate Tuesday's incident that flipped Toyota 4Runner at Island Highway and Smiley Road
Survey says: Operation the stench source on Smiley Road, but most offensive odours coming from farms and other operations
Larger recreational-residential project being mulled for Mural Town’s former elementary-school site.
Damir Wallener has announced he is running for mayor of North Cowichan
Most of Chemainus’ Echo Heights forest officially became parkland June 4.
Centurion Lumber planer-mill worker airlifted from work site, condition unknown at press time, WorkSafeBC probing accident facts
By a 6-1 margin: North Cowichan council passes third reading to save 91% of Chemainus site as parkland
Most of Echo Heights Forest is now poised to become parkland.
North Cowichan adopts proposal to save most of Chemainus public forest, market 17 home lots; three more readings needed
Stz'uminus First Nation in talks with federal Fisheries as fishermen aim to honour possible blockage off Cowichan
Proposal bumps parkland total from 80% to 90%, reduces return by $1.5 million
Grade 12 students at Chemainus Secondary School held their prom parade May 2 at Waterwheel Park.
An open house is being planned for Chemainus to further explain North Cowichan’s development of publicly-owned Echo Heights forest.
Council forges ahead to rezone and sell 20% for housing, save 80% as parkland; public meeting date pending
Chemainus: work on the $800,000 project will wait until peak tourist season is passed
Warren Jones is leaving the Cowichan Valley Regional District, and the board is looking for a new CAO.