Karl Yu

VIDEO: Canada C3 celebrates Canada 150, raises subject of reconciliation

Research icebreaker, travelling the country’s oceans as part of 150 celebrations, docks in Nanaimo

VIDEO: Nanaimo school district expands testing for lead in the water

Annual facilities grant money totalling $110,000 allocated for testing, anticipated to begin Nov. 6

Autism Expo a chance for parents to network with providers

Biennial expo goes Sunday (Oct. 22) at Beban Park social centre

Wiretap evidence contributes to fraud conviction of Nanaimo man

James Macleod convicted in Calgary court; prosecutor says $1 million was unrecovered, lost or stolen

Active Life: Spare Blox are for cool kids

City of Nanaimo Parks and Recreation youth drop-in program expands to ice rinks

Nanaimo seniors raise money for carpet bowling equipment

Old carpets showing wear and tear and $14,000 raised for new equipment

Lockers stocked for students

Nanaimo-Ladysmith Schools Foundation falls short of goal, but will fundraise throughout year

Regional transit looks at south-end adjustments, decision on Duke Point deferred

RDN staff looks at improvements to transit in south Nanaimo, Cedar, Cassidy and South Wellington

Nanaimo man to receive Loyal Order of Moose’s highest degree

Jim McKinley will receive the Pilgrim Degree of Merit at a special ceremony this month

Fairview Elementary students book a date at Nanaimo Chapters

After eight attempts, Nanaimo school selected to replenish library with books from bookstore chain

Community talks about what replacing port authority would look like

A public forum on Nanaimo harbour was held Saturday at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre

UPDATE: Sears Canada intends to close Nanaimo store pending court approval

Spokesman for Sears says no compensation for Nanaimo North Town Centre Sears workers.

Man dies while hiking Mount Benson

Nanaimo Search and Rescue had to hike to scene due to heavily wooded area.

Nanaimo athlete building Tay’s Team for sick kids

Spider-Man, Princess Elsa, Elmo among the knit hats Taylor Snowden has crocheted.

Nanaimo runs toward a cure

CIBC Run for the Cure fundraiser benefiting cancer research goes at Beban Park on Sunday (Oct. 1)

PHOTOS: AIDS Walk in Nanaimo raises money for supports

Images from the Scotiabank AIDS Walk today, which began at St. Andrew’s United Church.

Damaged, stolen art replaced at Jean Burns building

Art and photos at historic building site were installed Thursday in downtown Nanaimo

United Way Central Vancouver Island kicks off 2017 fundraising campaign

Big Brothers Big Sisters and homeless prevention to benefit

VIU to see $13.5M available for indigenous learners

Vancouver Island University teams with Rideau Hall and MasterCard foundations.

Tilray fined $50K for illegal tree cutting

Medicinal marijuana company reaches plea order with City of Nanaimo