In November, with the council ready to okay 4th and final reading of a rezoning to allow Edmonton-California developer Vlado Brcic to proceed with the purchase of the prime Duncan real estate at the corner of Government St. and Canada Ave. and construction of a five-story, $11 million, 36 unit condo . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: In the First Game of the New Season at Duncan City Council the Guys Beat the Girls 4-3.
Don Maroc-Political Blogger
The Citizen reported that Duncan City Councillor Martin Barker said “I’m disappointed in the City of Duncan for choosing to promote the banning of GE foods.”
He’s talking about genetically engineered foods and the fact that the council and mayor Phil Kent out voted Councillor Barker, 6 to 1, on . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Duncan Council Is To Be Congratulated For Their Stand On GMO’s
As a veteran of local politics I recall that the biggest battles were often over the smallest pies. The issue of backyard chickens being allowed in the City of Duncan has been contentious and I am not sure why.
I have raised chickens, ducks, geese and found them well worth the . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Duncan City Council Will Allow Residents to Keep Backyard Chickens!