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- the Cowichan peoples and their dialect of Hul'qumi'num
- the Cowichan Tribes First Nation located in and around Duncan, British Columbia
- the Cowichan Valley, a region on Vancouver Island centred on Duncan, British Columbia, which contains:
- the Cowichan sweater, a heavy-wool knit animal and geometric patterns made by the women of the Cowichan people.
- British Columbia provincial electoral districts
- Cowichan - 1871-1920
- Cowichan-Alberni, 1894 only
- Cowichan-Newcastle 1920 - 1963
- Cowichan-Malahat 1966-1986
- Cowichan-Ladysmith 1991–2005
- Nanaimo-North Cowichan 2009–present
- Canadian federal electoral districts
- Cowichan—Malahat—The Islands 1976 - 1987
- Nanaimo—Cowichan 1987–present
- Nanaimo—Cowichan—The Islands 1962 - 1976
- Cowichan, a steamship that operated in British Columbia from 1908 to 1925.
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