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BC's Lower Cowichan River closed to recreational use - Vancouver Sun

Vancouver Sun

BC's Lower Cowichan River closed to recreational use
Vancouver Sun
The lower part of the Cowichan River, one of only three rivers in B.C. with Canadian heritage status, has been closed to recreational use as bacteria counts spike. And if river levels drop much further, the Crofton pulp mill, the area's largest ...
Updated: Recreational activity in the lower Cowichan River not advisedCowichan News Leader Pictorial

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WATCH: Cowichan River drought could hurt local economy - Globalnews.ca

WATCH: Cowichan River drought could hurt local economy
Globalnews.ca
A prolonged dry spell is taking its toll on the Cowichan River on Vancouver Island. Water levels are so low, they caused a spike in bacteria, effectively prompting an advisory not to swim in the river. Officials have been scaling back the flow to ...
Part of Cowichan River closed due to bacteriaNanaimo Daily News

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Morten provides comeback try for victorious B.C. U18 women - Cowichan News Leader Pictorial

Morten provides comeback try for victorious B.C. U18 women
Cowichan News Leader Pictorial
Team B.C. needed a quick pick-me-up and Cowichan's Hannah Morten provided it. The B.C. U18 women trailed 7-0 at halftime in their gold medal game at the national rugby championships in Calgary. Morten's try brought the team back to even terms and a ...

Another BC championship at Lake Cowichan - Cowichan Valley Citizen

Another BC championship at Lake Cowichan
Cowichan Valley Citizen
Curl BC announced that Lake Cowichan will be the host for the 2015 Tim Hortons BC Juvenile Curling Championships next March. Sixteen teams of curlers ages 18 and under will compete for boys and girls titles. It will be the third time Cowichan Rocks has ...

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Cowichan Valley athletes part of BC Games haul for Island zone - Cowichan Valley Citizen

Cowichan Valley athletes part of BC Games haul for Island zone
Cowichan Valley Citizen
Cowichan Valley athletes played a big role as they helped Zone 6 (Vancouver Island-Central Coast) finish second overall in the medal count at the BC Summer Games in Nanaimo on July 17-20. Zone 6 finished a close second to Zone 3 (Fraser Valley) in ...

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Valley Calendar - Cowichan Valley Citizen

Valley Calendar
Cowichan Valley Citizen
TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Cowichan Valley chapters meetings: BC 1376, Wednesdays, 6 p.m., Sundance Room, Duncan United Church; BC 4311, Thursdays, 4:30 p.m., Kidz Co 2, 2739 James St.; BC 1395 Thursdays, 8:30 a.m., Brunt Room, ...

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BC champs! Duncan RiverCats are No.1 - Cowichan Valley Citizen

BC champs! Duncan RiverCats are No.1
Cowichan Valley Citizen
Billy Ramwell, a.k.a. "the Iceman," closed out the game, striking out the last two Chilliwack batters to secure the 7-4 win and the B.C. championship. "When we won, it was gloves in the air, hats in the air, lots of hugs all around," Higbie said. "They ...

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Duncan's RiverCats claim Westen Canada baseball title - Cowichan Valley Citizen

Duncan's RiverCats claim Westen Canada baseball title
Cowichan Valley Citizen
As Team BC, the Duncan RiverCats made their hometown proud by winning the Western Canada Peewee AA Baseball Championship in Swift Current, Sask., last weekend. Assistant coach Western Higbie knew his team was good, but he had never counted ...

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Closson club claims fastball's BC Cup - Cowichan Valley Citizen

Closson club claims fastball's BC Cup
Cowichan Valley Citizen
It marked the first senior men's fastball championship for a Cowichan team since the Duncan Pipers won in 2006. The sport was largely dormant in the Valley after that, until the Closson club was born this year. The accomplishment of beating the BC Cup ...

Lower Cowichan River closed to recreational use - Times Colonist

Lower Cowichan River closed to recreational use
Times Colonist
At four cubic metres a second, the mill would have to shut down, putting at risk more than 600 jobs in the Cowichan Valley and 5,500 jobs elsewhere in B.C. The mill generates $20 million a year in taxes and contributes a total of just over $1 billion a ...

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