Allison Brown at The Showroom March 23rd

Allison Brown at The Showroom March 23rd

Looks: 27 Allison Brown’s sweet, powerful singing offers a captivating invitation to follow her down lonesome railroad lines, into abandoned buildings, back in time, to high above the stratosphere as she illustrates landscapes both strange and familiar with her newest collection of songs. Allison’s voice is experiencing an intense new elasticity as her instrument’s distinct […]

Celebrate the last day of winter at the 9th annual Duncan Seedy Sunday

Celebrate the last day of winter at the 9th annual Duncan Seedy Sunday

Looks: 24 Event: Duncan Seedy Sunday When: Sunday, March 19, 2017 Where: Cowichan Tribes Gymnasium Si’em Lelum (5574 River Road, Duncan, BC) Time: 10am-2pm Contact: Jennifer Dorby Position: Food Security Coordinator Duncan Seedy Sunday: Celebrate the last day of winter at the 9th annual Duncan Seedy Sunday Don’t let the flurries of this past season […]

The NEW Angling Season is approaching!

The NEW Angling Season is approaching!

Looks: 21 Your current 2016/2017 Freshwater Fishing Licence expires on March 31st. 2017/2018 NEW season licences are available for purchase March 1st. It’s fast and easy to buy your licence online or from your favourite fishing licence vendor or at any Service BC office. 2016/2017 licences will still be available for purchase until the end […]

TIME CHANGE A CHALLENGE FOR KIDS’ SLEEp

TIME CHANGE A CHALLENGE FOR KIDS’ SLEEp

Looks: 56 Tweet Daylight Savings can be a headache, especially for parents with babies or young children, but planning ahead can ease the pain. Whether springing ahead or falling back, the time change can disrupt kids’ normal sleep patterns. Parents can minimize the disruption by staying mindful of regular routines and schedules. “Bedtime and naptime […]

Amalgamation Public Meeting…for 1978?

Amalgamation Public Meeting…for 1978?

Looks: 20 Nothing that is contemplated is ever anything really new.  Forty – that’s 40- years ago the City of Duncan and North Cowichan seemed set to have a vote on amalgamation. At that time, it was the Crofton-Chemainus Chamber of Commerce that took exception and forced public meeting in what they felt was a […]

Taxpayer-Funded Scientists Caught Plagiarizing Were Allowed To Keep Researching

Looks: 23  The primary government agency for funding scientific research gave researchers caught plagiarizing light punishments and allowed them to continue receiving government grants. The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) found no fewer than 23 incidents of plagiarism by government-funded researchers, and eight cases of scientists fabricating or manipulating data between 2015 and 2016 at […]

New Social Housing, Family Day Swimming, & Fuller Lake Arena Upgrade

New Social Housing, Family Day Swimming, & Fuller Lake Arena  Upgrade

Looks: 18 Council held its first Regular Council Meeting of the year on January 18, starting at 1:30 p.m. and wrapping up after four hours. Cowichan Neighbourhood House Association (CNHA) appeared as a delegation to inform Council of their desire to be accommodated as part of a community space and affordable housing development within a […]

Mattis’ First Day At Pentagon Hits ISIS 31 Times

Mattis’ First Day At Pentagon Hits ISIS 31 Times

Looks: 16 Newly minted Secretary of Defense James Mattis celebrated his first full day at the Pentagon by overseeing 31 strikes against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. Mattis entered the Pentagon Saturday with a smile for his first full day of work, and for good reason, considering the significant bombardment ISIS forces received. A variety […]

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