Robert Barron

Investigators await forensics in fatal Mill Bay police shooting

Independent investigation continues after Chris Bloomfield killed in Mill Bay in November

Theft, drugs, aggression and public sex plaguing Duncan overdose prevention site?

Neighbours demand action due to nuisance and possibly criminal behaviour around facility

Bob the elk tranquilized in Youbou to remove clothesline from head

“He is, once again, roaming around the area and eating the grass on people’s lawns”

Vancouver Island man extradited to U.S. on murder charges, faces California court date Jan. 24

Shawnigan Lake man being held at California detention centre in lieu of $1 million bail.

Norovirus outbreak at Cowichan District Hopital

Thirteen people so far confirmed or suspected with norovirus

Flooding leads to rescue attempt near Crofton

Several roads temporarily closed

New faces plentiful after Ladysmith-Chemainus area election

Remembering 2018: New mayor for North Cowichan, big changes on Ladysmith council

Robert Barron column: Underground power lines have their own issues

But any move to put the lines underground would not be easy, or cheap.

Tom Walker awarded North Cowichan’s Freedom of the Municipality

Walker only the 11th person to receive award in 145 years

Animal advocates issue warning after Cowichan Valley workers save cat from bus engine

Cats drawn to engine heat at this time of year

Upgrades at Crofton ferry terminal expected in 2022

Public consultations expected to begin in 2019

Operation Popcorn visits Cowichan District Hospital

Transplant patient thanks workers for gift of life

VIDEO: Kitten rescued from under school bus in Duncan

School staff have affectionately called kitten “Axle”

Prosecution in Colin John murder trial wrapping up in Duncan

John on trial for stabbing death in Chemainus in 2016

Prosecution in Colin John murder trial wrapping up in Duncan

John on trial for stabbing death in Chemainus in 2016

15 new Indigenous teacher training seats added at Cowichan VIU campus

Thorne said the new Indigenous teacher education curriculum that is planned at VIU

Eagles swarming to Cowichan River Estuary

Salmon runs brings in at least 150 bald eagles

Passport bureaucracy preventing Vancouver Island family’s Christmas reunion

Lynda Fort has made several efforts to bring son, a Canadian citizen, from New Zealand

Archaeologists look to make B.C. Indigenous site an outdoor classroom

The 2.4-hectare two-millennium old Ye’yumnuts village was the focus of fight to protect the site