Local Business

New Chemainus development offers prime building lots in a diverse neighbourhood

Beachwood Estates officially opens with interest already high due to its location

Little Valley Restorations celebrates 40 years in business

Opened in 1980, Little Valley Restorations grew from a hobby to a celebrated business

Market finally reopens more than seven months after extreme flood

COVID situation lengthened an already long renovation process

Cheri Mactier celebrates 20 years in Ladysmith real estate

After 20 years in town, Mactier’s daughter, Brianne Mactier is joining the family business

First downtown parklet patio installed on 1st Avenue

Social distancing regulations will determine the total seat count

The skipper of Captain Andy’s cooks up a storm

Middlemiss putting her extensive experience to work in new Chemainus restaurant

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Crops ready, but Russell Farm Market still a month away from reopening

Garden Centre doing a blazing business with everyone taking up gardening

Marine activities open with COVID-19 measures

“I’m just happy to get back on the water.”

End of an Era: Tofino hair studio closes shop

“We were getting excited to start ramping up and then all of sudden we had to close our doors.”

List of businesses and services now open in Ladysmith

The Chronicle is compiling on ongoing list of businesses in Ladysmith that are now open

Colin Sprake helps Ladysmith business owners weather the COVID-19 pandemic

Sprake is offering free business coaching courses for small business owners across the country

Martin Tang’s thoughtful approach to food in downtown Ladysmith

The owner of Appetit Food for Thought talks about nearly 20 years in business in downtown Ladysmith

Tofino and Ucluelet distilleries step up with hand sanitizer

Mass supply delivered to emergency operation centres in Tofino, Ucluelet, Bamfield and Port Alberni.

‘I just don’t get it’, Wash Me on Ludlow suffers thefts and abuse of services

Owner Michelle Nischi is concerned for her health and her business

Ladysmith businesses carry on in the time of COVID-19

Local businesses struggle to stay open and serve the public

Public Market grand opening delayed indefinitely

People can check out a virtual opening on Facebook March 28

After 10 years, Forget Me Not closes for good on May 30

Store owner Janine Peters said owning the store in Ladysmith has been amazing for her and her family

Stores dedicate early hours to seniors, health-compromised shoppers

Quality Foods offers two-hour access, Shoppers Drug Mart offers one hour

Edible straws one B.C. entrepreneur’s latest weapon in war against plastic

Kat Gellerman has spent more than 20 years working in the food business

Businesses happy with how Resident Alien filming was managed

Local businesses had only positive things to say about Resident Alien