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Friday Apr 18 | Cowichan News Leader

Duncan restructure dive a welcome surprise

I was blown away to hear Duncan council has essentially agreed that a non-binding question on amalgamation with North Cowichan will be put before voters during November's civic elections.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Cowichan News Leader

Crowder still hopeful derelict boat lobby may see results

Cowichan's most high-profile derelict ship, the Dominion may be gone from Cowichan Bay, but the larger issue of derelict ships in local waters has yet to be addressed.

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

Cowichan News Leader

Good Life: The show must go on

The long-time South Island Musical Society members - and Cowichan Bay neighbours - were readying the venerable troupe's April production of My Fair Lady when the Good Life caught up to them.

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Wed Apr 09, 2014

Cowichan News Leader

Maritime centre's re-roofed exhibit pods and pavilion christened

A big blast from Ron Lindsay's little black-powder cannon officially launched Saturday's grand reopening of Cowichan Bay Maritime Centre's pier pavilions.

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Wed Apr 02, 2014

Cowichan News Leader

Cowichan man takes his lung condition with many grains of salt

Cowichan Bay's Dwight Darby shows his packed lunch bag of natural remedies that have helped relieve years of congestion issues.

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Fri Mar 28, 2014

Cowichan News Leader

Cowichan Valley Regional District board approves lowest tax hike in years

Squeaky citizen wheels got the fiscal grease in the CVRD's new budget boasting the smallest tax hike in two decades, Area E's director explained.

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Wed Mar 26, 2014

Sooke News MIrror

Shifting the lens on Sooke's gold rush

"The gold will speak for itself." The quote is typically attributed to Leech, but researcher and soon-to-be-author Bart van den Berk has a copy of the letter from Robert Brown, dating back to 1864, showing that the words came from Brown and not Leech.

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Sat Mar 22, 2014

Cowichan News Leader

Station: Words with Catherine Dook

She and her shipmates would be swamped by towering waves during an angry storm that hit their crossing to Hawaii.

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