Cowichan Valley Regional District

The CVRD’s main office was closed Monday after flooding damaged multiple floors. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)

Burst pipe shutters Cowichan Valley Regional District headquarters

‘Significant’ water damage to at least two floors

 

Stocking Lake is the open water source for the Saltair water system that requires a filtration system under the Province of B.C. Drinking Water Regulations. (Photo submitted)

Saltair electors approve water loan authorization

Alternative Approval Process results in only 30 objections filed

 

Saltair residents are facing a decision on the borrowing for a new water treatment system. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Feb. 10 the deadline for Saltair water borrowing bylaw opposition

Alternative Approval Process will determine if loan authorization proceeds

 

Regional District of Nanaimo’s transit select committee is expected to vote on a recommendation that could see busing between Nanaimo and the Cowichan Valley. (News Bulletin file)

Regional District of Nanaimo staff recommending bus route to Cowichan Valley

More than 1,900 survey respondents expressed support for inter-regional transit, notes RDN report

Regional District of Nanaimo’s transit select committee is expected to vote on a recommendation that could see busing between Nanaimo and the Cowichan Valley. (News Bulletin file)
Stocking Lake is the open water source for the Saltair water system. This is the water that required a filtration system under the Province of B.C. Drinking Water Regulations. (Photo submitted)

Loan authorization for Saltair water system upgrades being conducted by AAP

Non-contact method during COVID seen as the best way to proceed

Stocking Lake is the open water source for the Saltair water system. This is the water that required a filtration system under the Province of B.C. Drinking Water Regulations. (Photo submitted)
CVRD to lower flags to half staff after tragedy in Nova Scotia

CVRD to lower flags to half staff after tragedy in Nova Scotia

Investigation into mass killing underway

  • Apr 20, 2020
CVRD to lower flags to half staff after tragedy in Nova Scotia
Bing’s Creek, along with the CVRD’s other recycling centres, has been overwhelmed with customers in the last several weeks. (Citizen file)

CVRD recycling centres overwhelmed with people

COVID-19 has caused service limitations at the centres

  • Apr 14, 2020
Bing’s Creek, along with the CVRD’s other recycling centres, has been overwhelmed with customers in the last several weeks. (Citizen file)
The Cowichan Valley Regional District has cancelled community centre and recreation programming through the end of April. (File photo)

CVRD cancels all recreation and theatre programs through end of April

Community centre and recreation programs cancelled through end of April

The Cowichan Valley Regional District has cancelled community centre and recreation programming through the end of April. (File photo)
Mount Tzouhalem is one of the popular areas that North Cowichan will be making sure doesn’t become too crowded during COVID-19. (Citizen file)

North Cowichan to police popular trails to ensure physical distancing

“You can expect delays accessing Mount Tzouhalem, or even to be turned away.”

Mount Tzouhalem is one of the popular areas that North Cowichan will be making sure doesn’t become too crowded during COVID-19. (Citizen file)
Vancouver Island man refusing to move bylaw-defying tiny home from his property

Vancouver Island man refusing to move bylaw-defying tiny home from his property

Cowichan Valley Regional Disrict gives Vic Tyler until March 15 to remove Cowichan riverfront home

Vancouver Island man refusing to move bylaw-defying tiny home from his property
CVRD fines owner of ‘vicious’ dog $1,000 for not muzzling, containing animal

CVRD fines owner of ‘vicious’ dog $1,000 for not muzzling, containing animal

A owner of a Husky cross that’s been deemed “vicious” by the…

CVRD fines owner of ‘vicious’ dog $1,000 for not muzzling, containing animal
The soil landfill above Shawnigan Lake was the subject of numerous rallies and protests in the community.

CVRD exploring soil deposits bylaw in the region

The Cowichan Valley Regional District is hitting the road over the next…

The soil landfill above Shawnigan Lake was the subject of numerous rallies and protests in the community.