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Rolli Gunderson reviews the events and happenings of 1990.
Rolli Gunderson discusses the young men from around Cowichan Lake who fought and died in World War Two
Rolli Gunderson shares the diary entries of a war bride who came to Canada in the 1940s.
Rolli Gunderson discusses the anniversary of the beginning of the First World War.
Rolli Gunderson shares names and faces from past elections in Lake Cowichan
Last Wednesday morning a delegation from Ohtaki, Japan left the Cowichan Lake area. The visit marked the exchange's 25th anniversary.
Rolli Gunderson details the differences between Lake Cowichan in 1994 and 2014.
Rolli Gunderson continues to discuss the history of the railways, detailing how they've been turned into hiking trails.
In March 1988 the last train from Youbou moved slowly through town on its final run before hastening on into oblivion.
In 1895, a budding young artist and poet named Emily Carr, packed up her sketch book and pencil and took the train from Victoria to Duncan
One dark October evening Grantie had been shot and his body found in Sutton Creek (near Honeymoon Bay).
1945:Youbou was a thriving community with an ever-expanding lumber mill Industrial Timber Mill (ITM) and large logging operation.
Cowichan Lake characters of the past: Louie Green and the nasty Count
Janie was no more than four-years-old when she arrived here at the Lake in 1915 with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Griffin
In August 1960, long-time Cowichan Lake resident Carl Swanson celebrated his 75th birthday.
1958: Places to shop and things to do in Cowichan Lake area
Mrs. Suzanne Simpson arrived here with her husband George Buchanan Simpson in 1912.
Under the headline The Stork Lands in Camp 3 a delicately worded 1944 birth announcement “stork left two dainty bundles in pink ribbons”
It was 1958 and teens were listening to songs like the Everly Brothers hits Bird Dog and All I have to do is Dream
Close to 70 people came out to the Hillcrest 12th Annual Reunion held last month at Mesachie Lake