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
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
The Kaatza Lakeside Players’ focus is to broaden the opportunities for residents of the Cowichan Lake District to enjoy and participate in learning theatre arts.
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.
Cowichan Lake Arts & Culture Society is dedicated to the recognition, application and advancement of
the many forms of art and culture found in the communities around Cowichan Lake.
The purpose of the society is to:
Encourage and foster appreciation of a broad spectrum of arts and culture in the Cowichan Lake Region (area I, area F and Lake Cowichan) by serving residents, of all ages, through the development of connections and partnerships, identifying and securing funding, providing advocacy and by enhancing both exposure
to and participation in arts and culture.
Theatre Music Dance Visual Arts
Literary Arts Culinary Arts Photography and Film
Knitting Quilting Weaving
Cowichan Lake Arts and Culture Society is privileged to serve the communities surrounding Cowichan Lake.
We respectfully acknowledge that we are operating in the territories of the Ts’uubaa-asatx First Nation (Lake Cowichan First Nation), Ditidaht First Nation and Cowichan Tribes.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the original peoples of the Cowichan Valley
for sharing their culture with us.’
We are a non-profit society; providing programs and facilities to the people of the Cowichan Lake area. Our mission is to enhance and support the quality of life for Cowichan Lake are residents. We will strive to do this through education, prevention, recreation, counselling and support groups. It is also our aim to work together with other service agencies in an integrated approach.
The Cowichan Lake Lions meet the 2nd and 4th Monday 7:00pm at the Lions Hall Den on Oak Lane.
Cowichan Lake Lions Club
PO Box 109, Lake Cowichan V0R2G0