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The campers quickly noticed the man in distress and jumped into the river to swim across.
By the next morning heavy machinery was brought in to demolish what remained
We are looking at about a half a hectare in size — about 150 by 200 [feet].”
Lush Eco Lawn owner John Close is branching out. With a decade…
‘This was allegedly not the pig’s first escape’
Here piggy piggy!
14-year-old student released from hospital after incident on Mount Tzouhalem near Duncan
The child sustained non-life-threatening injuries
The animal cruelty trial regarding Teddy the dog, pictured, who died two days after being seized by the SPCA last year is set for Feb. 27. (File photo)
Firefighters called to Trunk Road residence just before 10 p.m. Saturday
Firefighters and RCMP arrived at the Mid Island Bus lot on Tzouhalem…
Bull carcass discovered near the highway east of Lake Cowichan
Melissa Joe, 28, stopped by the encampment to visit friends and family staying there
A tree fell on the woman in Vancouver Island’s Cowichan Valley, two men injured
Marine debris is a ‘significant problem’ for marine wildlife
David Gonyea was given a nine-month conditional sentence
Officials with School District 79 stand by their decision not to send out an alert.
Pupils never in danger, incident unrelated to the school
Port McNeill, Duncan areas to benefit as government creates 20 new positions around BC.
Don’t forget to turn back your clock, change your batteries