Don Bodger

Justin James Dodd appeared in a Duncan courtroom via video conference for the first time Tuesday morning on two counts of second degree murder. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Accused vows to represent himself in double murder of B.C. father and son

Justin James Dodd makes first court appearance on charges via video conference in Duncan

Justin James Dodd appeared in a Duncan courtroom via video conference for the first time Tuesday morning on two counts of second degree murder. (Photo by Don Bodger)
Tommy Johnson with daughter Chelsea Lloy and son Brad Johnson. (Facebook photo)

‘They both had such big hearts’: Father and son identified as victims in Island killings

Tom and Brad Johnson known for their big hearts and willingness to help out anyone

Tommy Johnson with daughter Chelsea Lloy and son Brad Johnson. (Facebook photo)
The house at 6848 Crofton Road where two people were found dead on the weekend remains an active crime scene. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Suspect charged in Vancouver Island double homicide

Justin James Dodd faces two counts of second degree murder in Crofton

The house at 6848 Crofton Road where two people were found dead on the weekend remains an active crime scene. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Island Coast Salish artist’s colourful design selected for newest BC Ferries vessel

Maynard Johnny Jr. honoured for his vision for the Salish Heron

Leadership squabble didn’t help Versaevel’s Green campaign in Cowichan-Malahat-Langford

Late entry into the race made the campaign a blur

National election result perplexing to Cowichan-Malahat-Langford’s runner-up DeLong

Conservative candidate felt chances of a minority government for her party were strong

Health of Island sanctuary founder forces transfer of animals, some assets

Animals will eventually be moved from RASTA sanctuary in Chemainus to A Home For Hooves in Duncan

Chemainus Residents Association to hold all-candidates forum Sept. 16

Numbers will be drawn for participants wishing to ask questions at outdoor setting

End of October the end of the line for garden portion of Sandpiper Gardens & Glass

Gunnell Borge decides to slow down, but family keeping property

Saltair water system filtration grant successful

Considerable reduction in costs of treatment upgrades for taxpayers

Camp Qwanoes returns to day camp sessions after positive COVID-19 tests

Final week at the Crofton site before summer season wrap-up

Shortage of workers has Chemainus business owners scrambling

Students returning to school soon likely to compound the problem of filling jobs

Tips still being sought in Penelakut Island woman’s death six years later

Investigators still hopeful of hearing from someone who knows what happened to Deedee Brown

Four taken to hospital after Sunday highway accident north of Duncan

Several hours before traffic backlog clears in the southbound lanes

Information picket sets out union issues at Island mill

Safety, payroll and staffing among the major concerns

Still Standing with Jonny Harris still has legs

Host of the popular TV show brings educational comedy into his presentations

Chemainus depicted in all its glory for Still Standing

TV program brings unlimited benefits to featured communities

Eight years awaiting a kidney transplant ends in success for Puska

Surgery puts active Ladysmith resident truly back to his old self

Chemainus River watershed on the list of concerns for water scarcity and drought

East Vancouver Island Basin already at Drought Level 4

Man with a weapon that looked like a real gun terrifies women at the Crofton Seniors’ Centre

Police officers eventually arrest suspect with a BB gun