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Lower Cowichan River closed to recreational use due to bacteria - Times Colonist

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Lower Cowichan River closed to recreational use due to bacteria
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 ...
Updated: Recreational activity in the lower Cowichan River not advisedCowichan News Leader Pictorial

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Cowichan Thunder's Jung named best in BC - Cowichan Valley Citizen

Cowichan Thunder's Jung named best in BC
Cowichan Valley Citizen
This 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 ...
Commitment provides excellent opportunitiesCowichan News Leader Pictorial

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Cowichan Valley crematorium wins appeal for commercial use - Times Colonist

Cowichan Valley crematorium wins appeal for commercial use
Times Colonist
The B.C. Court of Appeal has found that a commercial crematorium at 4695 Cowichan Lake Rd. is an institution that serves the public need and is permitted under the Cowichan Valley Regional District's zoning bylaw. Photograph By Kamloops 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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Leaders need to re-read the BC School Act - Cowichan Valley Citizen

Leaders need to re-read the BC School Act
Cowichan Valley Citizen
What is happening to our public education in British Columbia is worrisome. Our so-called leaders should pause and put their partisan politics aside. The education of our children is suffering. Parents are going through unnecessary pain. Reread The B.C ...

BC's carbon tax seen as model in the US - Cowichan Valley Citizen

BC's carbon tax seen as model in the US
Cowichan Valley Citizen
B.C.'s carbon tax is an example, and conference delegates were eager to hear details. At the conference, which included over 450 meetings with U.S. senators, members of congress, and their aides, B.C.'s carbon tax, with its six year track record, was ...

BC to start daycare payments to parents - Lake Cowichan Gazette

BC to start daycare payments to parents
Lake Cowichan Gazette
RICHMOND, B.C. - British Columbia expects to start giving cash to parents to offset the costs of daycare that result from kids not being in school because of a teachers strike. Education Minister Peter Fassbender says parents who start registering at ...

Island farmers eagerly await Canada's first commercial tea harvest - Times Colonist

Island farmers eagerly await Canada's first commercial tea harvest
Times Colonist
The eyes of the tea world are on the Cowichan Valley and Canada's first commercial tea harvest. Four years ago, Victor Vesely and Margit Nellemann planted 200 tea trees — Camellia sinensis — on their 11-acre Cowichan Valley Teafarm. As the trees ...

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

BC champs! Duncan RiverCats are No.1
Cowichan Valley Citizen
The Duncan RiverCats celebrate their win at the provincial peewee AA baseball championships in Port Coquitlam last weekend. The team will now represent B.C. in the Western Canadian championships in Swift Current, Saskatchewan later this month.

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