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Ian Morrison, Director of Area F: Cowichan Lake South/Skutz Falls, has been installed as President of the 2020/2021 AVICC Executive.
Island Health’s Medical Health Officers and Environmental Health team have determined the chemical results are safely within the maximum allowable concentrations set in the Canadian Drinking Water Guidelines.
The fire that began in an industrial yard yesterday morning just south of the Nanaimo Airport is now under control, but fire suppression efforts are anticipated to last several days given the nature of fueling materials.
Fire crews are presently gaining control of the fire that is being fueled by contaminated material, and the threat of fire exposure to adjacent properties and structures is lessening.
Fire departments from communities across the Cowichan Valley and the Regional District of Nanaimo are battling a blaze at an industrial site just south of the Nanaimo Airport.
In response to the unparalleled economic impacts of COVID-19, the CVRD and community partners have compiled the results of a second survey to assess the changing effects of the pandemic on the local business community.
While recreation centres and programming are once again available to the public, the CVRD has established new procedures to support the well-being and safety of all patrons and facility staff
The Trans-Canada Highway has re-opened north of Duncan for traffic in both directions, although a number of local roads remain closed and power outages continue to affect communities across the region.
The state of local emergency in the Cowichan Valley continues this morning, but water flows in several of the key watersheds in the region appear to have stabilized.
Remember washing your hands is the best defense, and if you are sick stay home. For accurate information readily updated information on the Coronavirus, go to bccdc.ca or Island Health.
The Cowichan Valley Regional District is not responsible for the maintenance and snow plowing of roads.The City of Duncan, Town of Lake Cowichan, Town of Ladysmith and the District of North Cowichan are responsible for ...
If your CVRD electoral area curbside collection is missed due to extreme weather, hang onto your material until the next scheduled collection day. Extra material may be placed at the curb alongside CVRD totes. Please ensure extra recyclable material is la...
Update on Odour Issues in Cobble Hill
Update November 25, 2019:
Fisher Road Recycling (FRR) is aware that some of the recent odour issues in Cobble Hill were reported to originate from FRRs composting operation. As part of its ongoing commitment t...