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Duncan Food Program Asking for Community Support

The Cowichan Green Community is running a fundraising effort to support their reFRESH Cowichan coupon program. The program gives a $25 coupon to their grocery store every week to low-income residents and seniors across the Cowichan Valley. reFRESH Operations manager, Julika Pape says the program supports 120 people across the valley. "The...

Island strong girl breaking provincial records encourages others to ‘just go for it’

A 12-year-old from the Comox Valley is making waves in the sport of strongman, setting provincial records in competitions. Annalise Hayes has been developing her craft over the past few years. Her father, Sean Hayes, a strongman who owns and operates Hayes Garage Gym, says she has taken naturally to...

Province introduces three actions to help with housing accessibility

The B.C. government is introducing new laws they say will build more homes, create more rentals and remove discriminatory rental restrictions for young families. If passed, the province will have the power to set housing targets in municipalities with the greatest need and highest projected growth. B.C. government officials said housing...

Details of your BC Hydro bill credit from the province

Details have been released by BC Hydro around the bill credit coming your way. The one-time cost of living credit was announced by new BC Premier David Eby in his swearing in ceremony. It'll chip $100 off your electricity bill. "People and small businesses across B.C. are feeling the squeeze of...

B.C.’s new premier sworn in, offers energy bill relief 

Premier David Eby offered B.C. residents a break on their power bills as he was sworn in today, making him the 37th premier in the province's history. This came after John Horgan had announced earlier this year that he was stepping down due to his health. “British Columbia is a wonderful...

Police Dog Finds Woman Who Spent Night Outdoors After Getting Lost

An RCMP Police Services Dog demonstrated how useful they are when called on by frontline officers. A Duncan area woman is recovering after several cold and damp hours spent outdoors when she became disoriented during a walk on a foggy evening earlier this week. She was reported missing at 5 am...
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