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Candace Barber Stirling is an experienced Registered Clinical Counselor, Registered Nurse and International Addictions Counselor and Interventionist who seeks to come alongside people in a compassionate, non-judgemental manner so that they can engage in their personal journey toward healing and wholeness, meeting their own goals.

125C South Shore Road, Lake Cowichan, BC, Canada Box 824, V0R 2G0

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.

Your area Visitor/Business Centre with a wide range of services availabe to the business chamber member and the traveling visitor.
Maps, post cards, photocopying, faxing, laminating, word processing, and internet access available. Community Access to Computers. Visitor information services. Chamber Business Advertising

Contact the Visitor/Business Centre for more details and application package. (250) 749-3244


Dedicated to Creating a Diverse and Resilent Watershed

Our purpose is to act to ensure the health and protection of the Cowichan watershed; to inform and educate landowners, other citizens and governments about the environmentally sustainable use of the upper Cowichan watershed and its riparian zone; and to work with schools, citizens and other like-minded groups for this purpose.

We acknowledge that we live and work on the traditional territories used by the Cowichan, Lake Cowichan and Ditidaht First Nations for centuries.   Our aim is that the work of our organization will make a positive contribution to our shared future in this valley.

We conduct our business using the Fourfold Way:

  • We respect each other by having just one speaker at a time;

  • We expect people to speak from the heart with passion;

  • We expect people to show up to solve problems; and

  • We expect people to speak without blame.

We believe we are facing a climate emergency and must act accordingly. 

Our Place 

Our stewardship actions are focused in the Cowichan Lake and upper Cowichan River in active partnership with residents of Honeymoon Bay, Youbou and Town of Lake Cowichan as well as the CVRD, Cowichan Watershed Board, British Columbia Conservation Foundation(BCCF), Cowichan Stewardship Roundtable and other active valley organizations.

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