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|Savour this: Cowichan is the Burgundy of B.C. wine regions - Cowichan News Leader Pictorial|
Savour this: Cowichan is the Burgundy of B.C. wine regionsCowichan News Leader PictorialThat philosophy concerning Cowichan's micro-climate — ideally suited for viticulture — is held by Andy Johnston, Averill Creek winery's knowledgeable owner. He explained how some of the Warm Land's lousy soils, and mostly sunny weather, lets vineyard ...and more »
|Cowichan lacrosse stars win silver at nationals with Team BC - Cowichan Valley Citizen|
Cowichan lacrosse stars win silver at nationals with Team BCCowichan Valley CitizenOver the Labour Day long weekend, Cowichan Valley lacrosse sensations Mat Jung and Brian Robb travelled to Edmonton with Team BC for the U16 national field lacrosse championships, and returned home with silver medals. Over five round-robin games ...
|Cowichan Thunder's Jung named best in B.C - Cowichan Valley Citizen|
Cowichan Thunder's Jung named best in B.CCowichan Valley CitizenThis coming weekend, Jung will join Team BC at the national field lacrosse championships in Edmonton, where his teammates will include fellow Thunder star Brian Robb and former Cowichan player Tyler Glanfield. The team's goal is nothing short of ...and more »
|CVRD fighting recent appeal-court victory by Paldi crematorium owners - Cowichan News Leader Pictorial|
|Thanksgiving food drive fills the table for Cowichan's hungry - Cowichan News Leader Pictorial|
Thanksgiving food drive fills the table for Cowichan's hungryCowichan News Leader PictorialThe food drive, held all across B.C., has been growing steadily every year. Last year, locally, more than 10,000 pounds of food was donated. From Sept. 15 to 17, 5,000 homes in Duncan, North Cowichan and Cowichan Bay will receive empty bags with a B.C. ...
|BC Hydro fined $75000 after Duncan worker burned - Cowichan News Leader Pictorial|
BC Hydro fined $75000 after Duncan worker burnedCowichan News Leader PictorialBC Hydro has been fined $75,000 by WorkSafeBC after a staffer in the Crown corporation's Duncan region suffered serious electrical burns on April 24, WorkSafe Magazine says. The safety watchdog reports in its October edition the local injury happened ...
|Toopy and Binoo are coming to BC for fun and games - Vancouver Sun|
Toopy and Binoo are coming to BC for fun and gamesVancouver SunOctober 15 – Nanaimo, BC – The Port Theatre (6:30pm). October 16 – Campbell River, BC – Tidemark Theatre (3:30p.m. & 6:30pm). October 18 – Duncan, BC – Cowichan Theatre (1:00pm). October 19 – Victoria, BC – McPherson Playhouse (1:00pm ...and more »
|Glider crashes on Cowichan's Mt. Prevost - Cowichan Valley Citizen|
Cowichan Valley Citizen
Glider crashes on Cowichan's Mt. PrevostCowichan Valley CitizenFirefighters from North Cowichan's South End hall were called out to the scene, along with BC Ambulance. They had to blaze a trail to the crash site just below the cairn at the summit in order to reach the injured glider. The glider was brought out on ...
|Opposition strong to expanded farmland uses - Cowichan News Leader Pictorial|
Opposition strong to expanded farmland usesCowichan News Leader PictorialThe B.C. government's proposals to expand food processing, retail and alcohol sales on farmland got a rough ride during a summer consultation tour with farmers, local governments and individuals invited to comment. The agriculture ministry released a ...and more »
|Cowichan sisters up for Joey Awards - Cowichan Valley Citizen|
Cowichan Valley Citizen
Cowichan sisters up for Joey AwardsCowichan Valley CitizenTwo young Cowichan Bay girls have been nominated for Joey Awards, which celebrate work by young B.C. performers. Irwin Killam said that both her daughters, Alora, 10, and Lily, 8, have received nominations and will hit the red carpet in New Westminster ...