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  • Light Up celebrates 30th

    Festival of Lights was started in 1987 by a group of citizens – including Bill Fitzpatrick, its main champion, as a way to celebrate the spirit of the season and support …

  • Abandoned vessels threat

    On October 27 all levels of government came together to show solidarity and support for NDP MP Nanaimo-Ladysmith Sheila Malcolmson’s abandoned vessel Bill C-52 and voice their …

  • Chemainus hooker

    By MARINA SACHT

    Val Gavin is a hooker and she’s darn proud of it. She plies her trade from her home in Chemainus where a steady stream of clients …

  • Cedar Yellow Point Country Christmas Tour

    The Cedar Yellow Point Country Christmas Self-Guided Tour is flush with excitement and anticipation while artists ready their studios for the 29th annual Christmas Country tour on November 23 …

  • Canada 150 Canoe Carving

    Work is almost done on the Canada 150 project canoe, says Stz-uminus Ladysmith Canada 150 Committee co-chair Duck Paterson.

    The base for the canoe, carved by Dan Richey …

  • Putting the Garden to bed

    It’s the time of year gardeners look forward to finishing with all their watering, weeding, planting and gardening chores and to hitting the cosy chair by the fire. However …

  • NCFD marks 75th year with Open House

    Here’s a fun opportunity to say thank you to our local firefighters for keeping our community safe!

    The North Cedar Fire Department is celebrating 75 years of service to …

  • GHOSTS?!? Top 12 Haunts

    By Marina Sacht

    What are your favourite haunts?

    With the season of Halloween approaching, we asked our readers to pick some of their favourite haunts. Our community is steeped in …

  • YPDG play examines family

    “Alterations,” the fall show for Yellow Point Drama Group, follows one family as they adapt to the inevitable stages of life. A dramatic comedy, the play follows three generations of …

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