Ladysmith is found on Vancouver Island’s east coast in the Cowichan Valley District. Originally called Oyster Harbour, the town’s name was later changed by founder James Dunsmuir in honour of the liberation of a town by the same name during the Second Boer War. Ladysmith’s population is made up of over 27% seniors 65+, and is home to just over 8,500 residents. Its notable industries are agriculture, forestry and tourism.
Ladysmith Resources Centre Association
Community Contact List:
2020 Local Community Contact List – Ladysmith
Cowichan Communities Health Profile – A resource in understanding the key determinants of health within the region
Pathways Cowichan Valley – Community Service Delivery – The Pathways project has started to make its Community Service Directory available to the public in participating communities.
This contact information will put you in touch with people who are able to give you more information about services in your area. They are typically available during business hours Monday to Friday. Should this be an emergency situation, please consider calling your local RCMP detachment or the Police authority for your area.