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Tenants Displaced from Apartment Building Face Tight Rental Market

The Executive Director of the Cowichan Housing Association says tenants forced to leave an apartment building in North Cowichan may have difficulty finding a new place to live. Shelly Cook of the CHA says there are no easy options for them in the Cowichan Valley's tight rental market. West Urban Developments...

March For Children returning to Chemainus on Monday

The March for Children is coming back to Chemainus on Monday. Once again it will be organized by Penelakut Tribe in awareness of the continuing impact of Canada's residential school system on Indigenous Peoples. Penelakut Tribes Admin assistant Nadine Thomas says she hopes greater awareness of the issue comes from the...

COVID vaccines available for kids under-5 as of Tuesday

August 2nd is the day to mark on your calendar, as the date that young children will be able to receive their vaccination against Covid 19 on Vancouver Island. This is less than a month after Health Canada’s approval of Moderna’s vaccine for use in kids older than 6 months,...

Island adventure store manager explains AR-15 costs

Proposed prices for the federal government’s AR-15 buyback program are now released, but an island adventure shop says the proposed price might not be enough. According to Public Safety Canada, the proposed buyback price for an AR-15 is $1,337. While AR-15 rifles can start at around $1,000, Courtenay Gone Fishin’ manager...

BCSPCA struggling with slow adoption rates

The BCSPCA is facing lower-than-average adoption rates, and the organization is struggling to find space for animals coming into its care. "We have been having a really busy summer and we have a lot of really lovely, adoptable animals ready for adoption," said Christy King, East Kootenay SPCA branch manager....

Cowichan Bay Boil Water Advisory Lifted

The Cowichan Bay Waterworks District has removed its boil water advisory. The advisory was issued last week after a mechanical problem affected district wells. The Cowichan Bay Waterworks District was required to keep the boil water advisory in place for several days following repairs and reactivation of the chlorination system while...
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