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  • Passing of a Light Up Legend

    In the mid-1980s my sister and I rented a store front from Bill Fitzpatrick in the Hall Building on First Avenue in Ladysmith. Bill Fitzpatrick was helpful to two …

  • Stz’uminus Ladysmith Canada 150 Celebrations

    By Ladysmith mayor Aaron Stone
    This year, Canada celebrates the 150th anniversary of confederation — the date our nation formally became a country. Canada and our own community are awash in …

  • Downtown’s quiet revival

    By ROB JOHNSON

    Slowly and without fanfare, there has been an injection of new life in Ladysmith’s downtown core. Many heritage buildings, especially in the 500 block of First …

  • Canada 150 Quilt

    On June 25th the Saltair District Ratepayers Association held the Grand Unveiling of Saltair’s Canada 150th Celebration Quilt. Residents came by to admire the beautifully detailed quilt that showcases …

  • Ladysmith Museum welcomes new manager

    Lesley Moore is the new manager of the Ladysmith Museum. She brings a passion for community heritage and the roles museums play. She believes museums bring together “people” and “places …

  • Connecting waterfront to downtown Ladysmith

    By MARINA SACHT

    A couple of volunteers are hard at work clearing an overgrown trail that connects Ladysmith’s waterfront to downtown.

    Bill Drysdale and Chuck Forrest meet every Wednesday …

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