1. Record low water levels increase drought level across Cowichan Valley

    The Cowichan region is currently experiencing drought conditions not typically observed until mid-to-late summer, and as a result the Cowichan Valley Regional District is elevating the region to Drought Level 2 – Dry. Additional Info...
  1. CVRD facility name reverts back to Cowichan Community Centre

    Following the conclusion of a ten-year sponsorship agreement with Island Savings Credit Union, the multi-purpose facility known as the Island Savings Centre will return to its historic name of Cowichan Community Centre. Additional Info...
  1. Cowichan joins national effort to ‘Love Food Hate Waste’

    The Cowichan Valley Regional District is joining major metropolitan communities such as Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal in a campaign to reduce food waste across Canada. Additional Info...
  1. Regional child care plan will address barriers to access and target new space creation

    The Cowichan Valley Regional District will be studying the state of child care in the region with a $125,000 grant from the Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM). Additional Info...