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Cowichan Conversations: An Anatomy of a Water Win

Dara Quast On March 21, 2016, a Supreme Court ruling confirmed the Cowichan Valley’s Regional District’s authority regarding permitted land use. Contaminated soil will cease to be dumped into the community watershed that provides Read more… . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: An Anatomy of a Water Win

Cowichan Conversations: Cowichan Conversations Takes A Break

Hi Folks Cowichan Conversations has been online for over 5 years now and it is time for a break. I have enjoyed covering wide ranging issues that have been of interest and importance in the Read more… . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Cowichan Conversations Takes A Break

Cowichan Conversations: Opinion-Dara Quast Has Established Herself as the Cobble Hill Candidate Worthy of Your Support-November 15th

Richard Hughes-Political Blogger

It was a small crowd that arrived to hear the two candidates seeking to represent Cobble Hill at the CVRD Board Table. It was in many ways, deja vu all over again. This was a repeat of the last election three years ago when FOGG (Friends of Gerry Giles) lined . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Opinion-Dara Quast Has Established Herself as the Cobble Hill Candidate Worthy of Your Support-November 15th

Cowichan Conversations: Dara Quast is Running to be Cobble Hill’s New CVRD Director

Dara Quast has lived in Cobble Hill for 25 years. She built her home and raised her family here.

Like the local family farms and agricultural areas she has long protected, her roots are deep in this community.

Dara’s educational background is in business and network technologies. This gives her a strong knowledge base . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Dara Quast is Running to be Cobble Hill’s New CVRD Director

Cowichan Conversations: Now the CVRD Wants to Set Up Their Own Legal Department!

Richard Hughes-Political Blogger

The legal profession must have red circled the Cowichan Valley Regional District by now as a big red plum to be picked at will.

Whenever you turn around there they go off into another legal case, suing or being sued, usually due to stubborness and stupidity.

The Eco Depot debacle . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Now the CVRD Wants to Set Up Their Own Legal Department!

Cowichan Conversations: The CVRD Eco Depot Court Case-A Bittersweet Victory

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Dara Quast – Community Activist

The bitter sweet victory of the court decision confirming that the CVRD did not have the legal authority to erect a waste transfer station on agricultural land in the bucolic area of Cameron Taggart is rewarding for the community . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: The CVRD Eco Depot Court Case-A Bittersweet Victory

Cowichan Conversations: We Have Had Enough Rubbish From This Rogue CVRD Board!

Richard Hughes-Political Blogger-Beware of CEO’s bearing gifts!’

The CVRD Director’s are out of control and have been for the past three or four years. The Eco Depot, a Garbage Transfer and Recycling Drop Off, that was slated to be built on farmland in the bucolic Cameron Taggart Road area of South Cowichan was . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: We Have Had Enough Rubbish From This Rogue CVRD Board!

Cowichan Conversations: Merry Christmas To All Cowichan Conversations Readers, Contributors and Enablers

Richard Hub Hughes-Political Blogger

Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah now past, Season’s Greetings and the lot. It is a time to revel in the company of friends and family, eat too much, drink not quite enough and generally enjoy ourselves as much as we can.

Celebrate but do not forget the less fortunate. There . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Merry Christmas To All Cowichan Conversations Readers, Contributors and Enablers