Cowichan Lake & District Minor Hockey AGM and Awards: Acknowledging sportsmanlike values instilled by hockey in the community
Ceremony that pays tribute to the workers who are killed and injured each year due to workplace causes.
New regulations affect the zoning, cooking rules, and the number of rentable rooms allowed under the town’s B&B classification
Council has put away $50,000 a year for about eight years towards the recreation of a new or rather revitalized town hall
Small businesses in Lake Cowichan dutifully taking the necessary steps to ensure their tills ring in the right taxes as of April 1
It has been quite a year watching Katie Ferguson's aptitude for hockey develop through the playing for the rep team
Going for the bronze, the Lakers kept up their strength against Gold River
Cowichan Lake Sparks, Brownies and Girl Guides will hold a special meeting
MLVFD secures practice facility half a mile from its locale, thanks to a new lease agreement with Timber West.
Let’s Talk: Feb. 25, extra meeting, to prepare for the next community consultation meeting.
Making the cut: Four Grade 12 students from LCSS have got a jumpstart on a career when they graduate this June.
The question of regional recreation funding in the Cowichan Valley Regional District continues to fuel mixed reactions.
It’s always exciting when competitive events bring athletes and spectators to a town.
Buyer beware: this only affects cash transactions. The exact totals will remain the same for payments made electronically or by cheque.
After the redrafting of the province’s federal electoral map, Lake Cowichan and area residents can breathe a sigh of relief.
Staff and library users excited about the increase in space
A second Lake Cowichan resident has been awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.
Regular council meeting of the Town of Lake Cowichan was held on Jan. 22 at the town hall.
a once-a-year event that involves every child that plays hockey in Lake Cowichan
Council discussion: CICV Radio Station requesting financial assistance, refunding $12,000 for children’s water spray park project