- Dateline Cowichan: Parents resist closure of two-room school - Cowichan News Leader Pictorial
Dateline Cowichan: Parents resist closure of two-room schoolCowichan News Leader Pictorial
: Parents resist closure of two-room school. The “Provincial School House, Duncans, B.C.” as it looked in the early 1900s. The school was built in 1891 as Alderlea Public School, and later was called Duncan Public School. — image ...
- Station: Grand designs - Cowichan News Leader Pictorial
Station: Grand designsCowichan News Leader Pictorial
In this case, she's a cool chick and one of the hidden gems in Cowichan's
arts, culture and fashion crown. And frankly she's been up to lots. Meet Cowichan
Secondary School grad, fashion writer and emerging international clothing designer Eliza Faulkner.
- Station: The interview — Gillian Radcliffe - Cowichan News Leader Pictorial
Station: The interview — Gillian RadcliffeCowichan News Leader Pictorial
She and her three children were living in Norfolk, England on sabbatical from her ecological consulting practice in the Cowichan
Valley when her son Jamie fell in love with and brought home a hawk after attending a raptor camp for kids. They realized ...and more »
- Cowichan students return to class Monday - Cowichan News Leader Pictorial
Cowichan students return to class MondayCowichan News Leader PictorialCowichan
students return to classes Monday morning after 7,500 local teachers voted 86% in favour of a tentative contact with Victoria. Thursday's vote — giving teachers a six-year deal with a 7.25% pay hike and more — stopped a full-scale strike by ...and more »
- CVRD brass raises under review until after election - Cowichan News Leader Pictorial
CVRD brass raises under review until after electionCowichan News Leader Pictorial
Decisions about raises for Cowichan
region's senior managers, and its elected directors, won't happen until after B.C.'s Nov. 15 election, the valley's new CAO indicates. Brian Carruthers explained an initial wage report, tabled Sept. 10, by a regional ...
British Columbia News
- Glen Lancaster's safe contents stolen, dumped, found, returned
Ever lose something priceless or irreplaceable and fantasize about a helpful, generous person finding it and bringing it back to you?
- BC Ferries won't get more government subsidies: Todd Stone
Ahead of the Union of B.C. Municipalities' annual general meeting next week, the B.C. government is trying to undercut a report claiming ferry fares are hurting the economy.
- B.C. doctor says concussions could be to blame for NFL violence
As the NFL faces controversy over violent behaviour of some of its players, a B.C.-based concussion expert believes there could be a link between that violence, and brain injuries stemming from the game.
- Historic Vancouver fashion show reveals how Second World War changed society
A new Museum of Vancouver exhibit uses women's clothing to explore the changing roles of women from the the pre-war years, through the Second World War and into the post-war years.
- Healthy Chad Owens helps Argos to rare win over Lions
Ricky Ray threw for two touchdowns as the Toronto Argonauts beat the hometown B.C. Lions 40-23 in CFL action Friday night. Chad Owens, who returned after missing two games with a leg injury, had one of the team's four TDs.
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