Benefits of Membership
Joining your Chamber of Commerce Links you with fellow businesses and provides numerous benefits associated with the District and Provincial Chambers of Commerce.
We offer a wide range of services to our business / organization chamber member
To the travelling visitors you can catch us in Chamber Mobile Unit where we Maps, post cards, and other swag items
Contact us for more details and Member application package. (250) 749-3244
The Cowichan Lake Community Forest Co-operative (CLCFC) is a locally owned and managed Business Co-operative which creates and maintains jobs through it’s commitment to the principles of forest sustainability, and community economic development. CLCFC was incorporated under ‘The Co-Operative Association Act of British Columbia,’ August 2, 1995.
CLCFC and community leaders have initiated several programs to help economic renewal for the area. With funding assistance from FRBC the BC Ministry of Forests and TimberWest Forest Corporation. The CLCFC has commissioned this business plan to attract value-added wood product investments into the community.
The CLCFC and Pacheedaht First Nation are currently in the process of requesting a land-based forest licence with the Ministry of Forests.
The CLCFC received a forest licence that is volume based, and currently located in the “Bolduc Block.” The co-operative has extended it’s mandate to include the administration component for retraining displaced forest workers and youth. The co-operative is always willing to explore new opportunities to create or maintain employment in the Cowichan Lake area.
Cowichan Lake Lions “We Serve”
The Cowichan Lake Lions normally meet the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month 7:00pm at the Lions Hall Den – 131 Oak Lane. However due to COVID all of our meeting will take place via Zoom.
To become a Lion member email us
To connect for service or support
Cowichan Lake Lions Club send us your letter of request via Canada Post
PO Box 109, Lake Cowichan V0R2G0
Cowichan Lake Salmonid Enhancement Society is an amazing team of dedicated volunteers in the Cowichan Valley serving the watershed, fish populations by bringing education to the class room about ways to protect their habitats.
Hockey, Curling, Figure Skating, Roller Skating, Bowling, Kids Programs, Daycare, Community Events and Hall Rentals
Cowichan Women Against Violence (CWAV) Society works from a feminist perspective to provide a supportive environment primarily to women and children who have been affected by abuse. We support diversity, change, choice and growth through counselling, advocacy, emergency shelter, community development and education.
Economic Development Cowichan is the economic development arm of the Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD).
The CVRD is governed by a 15-member board. The board is comprised of appointed directors from our four municipalities and an elected director from each of the nine electoral areas.
Economic Development Cowichan is a part of the CVRD’s Land Use Services Division. A key part of our mandate is to build connections between community, business, and local government. Working in collaboration with our regional economic development partners, we focus on:
Strengthening the regional economy by supporting and attracting businesses and sector development
Strengthening communities through engagement and support for community-based initiatives
Communicating the advantages of living, working and investing in Cowichan
We collect, conserve, catalogue, research, display and interpret the history of Cowichan Lake Area. Including the communities of Youbou, Mesachie Lake, and Honeymoon Bay. Logging, Railway, Mining and Outdoor equipment displays.