Robert Barron

Vancouver Island store owner replaces funds after poppy box stolen

Shawnigan Lake’s Mason’s Store & Patio Ltd. more than compensates vets

Vancouver Island contaminated soil dump owner gets extension on closure deadline

Cobble Hill Holdings also owes $38,000 in unpaid taxes

A $50M liability worry has North Cowichan mayor asking for Motorsport rezoning do-over

May be 2nd public hearing and a re-vote on Motorsport rezoning.

Striking forestry workers take to streets in Duncan

Latest talks break off with no agreement

Cycle for Sobriety rider wraps up cross country tour

Duncan-born Matthew Fee rode bike from Halifax to raise awareness

Cowichan’s Humanity for Horses Rescue closing

Lack of funding and volunteers cited

Rescued horse in Cowichan Valley goes from problem child to champion

One-eyed Marvel, once considered dangerous, now a rising star

More than 70 handed lay-off notices at Crofton mill

Weak markets and high costs of wood chips cited as reasons

Vancouver Island’s only vaping manufacturer says industry unfairly targeted

Brendan Carson in the Cowichan Valley says he feels better enforcement of rules required

Cowichan Tribes votes to adopt land code

Gives First Nation more control over land and resources

North Cowichan stands by decision to have building demolished

Structure source of compaints for 10 years

Climate strike draws huge crowd in Duncan

Millions strike for climate worldwide

North Cowichan to consider contracts for new RCMP building

Looks to contractors working on similar construction in Fort St. John

Talks break down between Steelworkers, Western Forest Products

Strike now in its third month

BC Children’s Hospital was a life-saver for Vancouver Island family

Hospital intrumental in ailing son’s care

Bringing mom home: B.C. family gains closure after boy with GoPro helps RCMP solve case

Janet Farris’ body was found last month, she went missing in 1992

Vancouver Island beekeeper Blaine Hardie dies

Hardie owned and operated Hardie Honey for more than 20 years

Drought to force water pumping into Cowichan River starting Thursday

Water levels in lake continue to plummet

Decision on the mental fitness of Colin John expected on Friday

Suspect charged with second-degree murder in Chemainus three years ago

Warning goes out to Cowichan Lake boaters of new hazards as extreme dry conditions set to force pumping over weir

Water levels could drop 20 inches if pumping plans move forward