- Submit News Tip
- 2020 B.C. Winter Games
- Trending Now
- Photo Galleries
- Special Sections
- Contact Us
- Site Map
Catalyst Paper brass announces the third rebooking of the crucial meeting that could spell the fate of North Cowichan's biggest taxpayer
Average homeowners in North Cowichan could face about $350 in property-tax hikes this year as council shifts more levy loads to residences.
A fresh five-year contract between Crofton's pulp-mill owners and one of its two unions faces a worker ratification vote Saturday.
Catalyst Paper's brass is now looking for provincial answers to solve what Catalyst sees as unfairly hefty taxes on the Crofton mill.
A Port Alberni man is dead, and two women are in Victoria hospital, after Wednesday night's head-on collision on he Malahat
Hoping for the best but planning for the worst is the tactic of North Cowichan council as Catalyst faces debt crisis.