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Furlot recognized for Rotary
District Governor Michael Procter presented a Rotary International Vocational Service Award
Social planning work continues
A lot of work is being done to try to address social planning issues such as homelessness in the Cowichan Valley.
Council learns more about housing needs
Regional Affordable Housing Needs Assessment Summary to Ladysmith council’s municipal services committee
Soccer club sets up fundraising shop
To raise money for a much-needed field house and outfit players, family members and fans with stylish new club merchandise.
“Light Up the Night for Heritage Week”
The Rotary Club sold 110 lanterns to raise money to rebuild the children’s playground at Transfer Beach
Many firsts for Orcas at CRKW
Thirteen-year-old Aileen Humphreys finished first or second in all of her events.
Wear pink to stand up to bullying Feb. 25
Stand up to bullying this Wednesday (Feb. 25) for Pink Shirt Day.
Wounded Warrior Run comes to Ladysmith
The second annual Wounded Warrior Run BC concluded Feb. 20 in Victoria
Nanaimo runner wins Cedar 12K
Third race in the Frontrunners Island Race Series
MP Jean Crowder’s derelict vessel bill will be debated in Ottawa later this month
Nanaimo-Ladysmith NDP candidate Sheila Malcolmson was at Ladysmith council Feb. 2, asking for support for Bill C-368.
Fenced dog park discussions will move forward in Ladysmith
Robin Maxted brought a petition signed by 562 people who want a fenced-in, off-leash dog park to Ladysmith council.
Leedahl shares personal essays in her new book
“I write as if I’m sitting across the table from someone, having coffee with them.”
Town will advertise for three Board of Variance members
The Board of Variance receives applications for minor variances.
Variances denied for Third Ave. property
An accessory building that has been the subject B.C. Supreme Court ruling cannot be used as a coach house.
49ers fifth at Dr. Dunk
The 49ers are back to regular league play this week.
WFP Ladysmith Sawmill re-opens
Operations at the mill were temporarily shut down Dec. 5 due to a downturn in the Chinese market.
LSS Grade 10s winning at home
Getting back into action after the Christmas holidays
Elevator project $40K closer to a reality
The campaign to get an elevator for the Ladysmith Waterfront Gallery is in its final push.
Ladysmith council getting close to reviving Board of Variance
More information is needed before council takes the step of adopting a new bylaw for the board.
Sewage dumping at sea being discussed
"The three-mile zone proposed by Islands Trust would be onerous to boaters." -