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Councillor Bob Days stands in front of a water source, to be tested soon, close to the potential site for the town’s community garden.

Community garden will lead to brightness of a Day

Idea of community garden for Lake Cowichan well underway

Councillor Bob Days stands in front of a water source, to be tested soon, close to the potential site for the town’s community garden.

Mayor drops columbarium idea for Lake Cowichan

Forrest presents columbarium vision to council members

Town of lake Cowichan councillor to head to Alberta for composting research duty

Town councillor will travel to the University of Alberta to learn about composting machine

Town of Lake Cowichan staff says trees pose no danger

Comiaken Avenue and Cottonwood Street: Complaint of dangerous trees from Sandra and Brian Avery deemed invalid

Access to Heart Lake trailhead restricted until May 15

Active logging close to the Heart Lake Trail means access to the trailhead will be restricted between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday to Saturday.

John Hieta and Stevie McKenzie tied for the same award and one that was presented to “a player that stands out” throughout the course of the season.

Lake Cowichan Minor hockey celebrates year-end awards

Lake Cowichan Minor Hockey Association: Curtain brought down on successful season with year end awards night

John Hieta and Stevie McKenzie tied for the same award and one that was presented to “a player that stands out” throughout the course of the season.
Corrina Cornworth pretends to give Maeve Hayward an eye exam at her Lake Cowichan Eyecare table at last year’s fair.

Lake Cowichan School to host health fair this Friday

Lake Cowichan School to host health fair Friday April 4 between 1:15 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Corrina Cornworth pretends to give Maeve Hayward an eye exam at her Lake Cowichan Eyecare table at last year’s fair.
SD79 treasurer Bob Harper, superintendent Joe Rhodes and official trustee mike McKay hold a discussion at Lake Cowichan School on March 29.

SD79 wants new elementary school at Lake Cowichan

New elementary school in Lake Cowichan remains top priority for SD79

SD79 treasurer Bob Harper, superintendent Joe Rhodes and official trustee mike McKay hold a discussion at Lake Cowichan School on March 29.
Students from Palsson Elementary in Lake Cowichan help present a cheque from RBC to the Cowichan Lake Salmonid Enhancement Society that will help fund a project to improve salmon habitat along Oliver Creek.

Palsson school kids lend a hand to Cowichan Lake Salmonid Enhancement society, tree planting

Cowichan Lake Salmonid Enhancement Society: RBC cheque and a little help from Palsson Elementary helps kick start salmon breeding process

Students from Palsson Elementary in Lake Cowichan help present a cheque from RBC to the Cowichan Lake Salmonid Enhancement Society that will help fund a project to improve salmon habitat along Oliver Creek.

Stolen bike found and returned by youngsters

Bike stolen from outside Tim Hortons found near the Riverside Inn building

Aggressive hoax caller phoning in Cowichan Lake area

RCMP warning: Do not to give out financial information over the phone

James Van Hemert from Golder Associates talks to the crowd at Our Cowichan’s recent healthcare session which was looking for public input on the strengths and weaknesses of the Cowichan Lake community.

Cowichan Lake healthcare information session deemed a success

Our Cowichan Communities Health Network meets with Cowichan Lake public

James Van Hemert from Golder Associates talks to the crowd at Our Cowichan’s recent healthcare session which was looking for public input on the strengths and weaknesses of the Cowichan Lake community.

Social Planning Cowichan present yearly review to Lake Cowichan council

Social Planning Cowichan: Town council still concerned with lack of options for the homeless

Local health network to host information session for public input

Our Cowichan Communities Health Network: Public session at Cowichan Lake Arena as group bids to seek information on health related items

Dick Orman from Honeymoon Bay takes the opportunity to express his feelings at the public meeting.

Town public meeting draws numerous local business owners

Majority of local business owners want continued improvement on signage throughout town

Dick Orman from Honeymoon Bay takes the opportunity to express his feelings at the public meeting.

Ladysmith council receives mixed reviews on work of snow plows

Some residents complain to council of snow being left in handicap parking spaces, although others praise the work of the plows.

It's volunteers — like Gail Nash (left), Marg Davis (centre), and Carol LeForge — keeping track of all participants as they cross the finish line at Centennial Hall that was a big part of the Great Lake Walk.

Great Lake Walk cancelled for second year in a row

Great Lake Walk: Society chair fears the event may never happen again

It's volunteers — like Gail Nash (left), Marg Davis (centre), and Carol LeForge — keeping track of all participants as they cross the finish line at Centennial Hall that was a big part of the Great Lake Walk.

Pregnant elk killed and beheaded by poachers

Wilderness Watch outraged as fetus torn away and left to rot

Bicycle stolen from outside Tim Hortons

BMX stolen from Tim Hortons after owner entered the restaurant

Councillor Bob Days stands in front of a water source, to be tested soon, close to the potential site for the town’s community garden.

Lake Cowichan Town Council has first of three tree grants turned down

Stuttering start: Council turned down in TD Green Streets tree grant bid

Councillor Bob Days stands in front of a water source, to be tested soon, close to the potential site for the town’s community garden.
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