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North Cowichan Sports Wall of Fame Adds Class of 2022

The North Cowichan Sports Wall of Fame will have some new additions. Seven names will be added to the wall in the Cowichan Aquatic Centre. It's the first time since 2017 that an induction class has been named, with a hiatus during the pandemic. During ordinary time, five inductees are named...

Sunken boat near Victoria ready to be removed from the water

A fishing boat that sank last month south of Victoria is now ready to be lifted out of the sea. The near 18-metre Aleutian Isle sank off the coast of San Juan Island, bringing down nearly 10,000 litres of diesel and oil. The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) now says salvage teams...

School support staff reach tentative framework agreement: B.C. Government

A tentative framework agreement covering around 40,000 unionized B.C. school support staff has been reached. It’s between the BC Public School Employers’ Association and the K-12 Presidents’ Council. The agreement covers workers in a variety of jobs including education assistants, custodians, trades and maintenance workers, Indigenous support workers and people working...

Cody Classic Baseball Tournament makes its post-COVID return

After a few years off, the Cody Classic baseball tournament is back underway this weekend. The tournament raises funds for children dealing with cancer across the Cowichan Valley. It first ran in 1999 with less than 5 teams and has expanded to 18 this year, with several teams on the...

Daytime closures to resume on highway to west coast

Drivers heading to and from the Island’s west coast should expect delays as the Kennedy Hill construction project nears completion. The B.C. Government says the project is about 90 per cent complete and is entering its final stages of construction on Sept. 20. The project is widening a section of road...

Holiday a missed opportunity for learning: DPAC representative

A representative of a Vancouver Island parent advisory council says he wished more planning would have been involved in declaring Monday a day of mourning. Shawn Thir of the Comox Valley School District’s parent advisory council says along with the day off being unexpected, the closure of schools means many...
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