- We should not build homes in a floodplain - Cowichan Valley Citizen
We should not build homes in a floodplainCowichan Valley Citizen
- Re: North Cowichan
and the floodplain village On Feb. 26, North Cowichan
and Duncan unveiled their plans for development of the University Village floodplain. Once again, North Cowichan
council and staff are demonstrating their poor ...
- FC is on to the semis - Cowichan Valley Citizen
FC is on to the semisCowichan Valley Citizen
Thanks to a hat trick by Connor Crichton, FC, Cowichan's
Div. 1 team and the Jackson Cup champions in 2011 and 2012, advanced in the tournament with a 5-2 win over Saanich Fusion's Div. 2 squad on Friday night. United, Cowichan's
Div. 2 entry, lost a ...
- Cowichan earns win in Doug Day opener - Cowichan Valley Citizen
Cowichan earns win in Doug Day openerCowichan Valley Citizen
After many delays, Cowichan's
senior women's soccer team finally played their first game of the Doug Day Cup tournament on Saturday, and racked up a 4-2 win over Castaways. Ashley Stultz and Letitia Turlock scored early goals for Cowichan
, Stultz ...
- McLay puts mine disaster on paper - Cowichan Valley Citizen
McLay puts mine disaster on paperCowichan Valley Citizen
It's one of those incongruities that grab your attention simply by being there. There, on page 194 of the classic Cowichan
My Valley, are four short paragraphs so out of keeping with the main text that they seem to jump the rails. Nathan Dougan was ...
- Great food for a great cause at Chef's Table - Cowichan Valley Citizen
Great food for a great cause at Chef's TableCowichan Valley Citizen
Tickets are selling fast for the 2014 Cowichan
Chef's Table for MS. The event will take place on Sunday, March 30 between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. at Providence Farm. A full line up of talented local chefs has been confirmed and a fantastic menu is being created.
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