Author discusses fight to free husband from Syria

NANAIMO – Monia Mazigh helped return husband, Maher Arar, to Canada.

Scanner support

NANAIMO – Ladysmith Health Care Auxiliary donates $50,000 to Nanaimo Regional General Hospital.

Coldest night fundraiser collects record amount

NANAIMO – Island Crisis Care Society says about $38,000 raised.

Community carries baton one last time for Relay for Life


United Way Central Vancouver Island 2017 Spirit Awards


Why do you love Canada?


Three Point Motors gifts motorcycle to 40-year employee


Warriors ready

NANAIMO – Wounded Warrior run came through Nanaimo last week.

Speakers help encourage women to be courageous

NANAIMO – International Women's Day event features women sharing their stories.

Recreation key for Nanaimo seniors

NANAIMO – People can see demonstrations, music, games and dancing at an open house and Bowen’s 50th anniversary celebration March 7

Nanaimo hockey players help students engage with reading

NANAIMO – Harbourfront library hosts program to engage reluctant readers.

Nanaimo hospitality association seeks grant applications

NANAIMO – Organization has money available for people putting on festival and sporting events.

Old City Quarter association discusses Malaspina Gardens property

NANAIMO – Future of property that housed Nanaimo hospital uncertain.

Hydro challenge offers $50 reward

BC Hydro encouraging residents to reduce their home’s electricity use by 10 per cent. If successful, customers can earn a $50 reward

  • Feb 20th, 2017

Nanaimo shelter seeks home for dog after crash

NANAIMO – Owner, left in a coma after accident, unable to care for terrier.

People: Groups contribute to non-profit organizations in Nanaimo

NANAIMO – Charities and schools benefit from community generosity.

Free crisis walk-in clinic opens in Harewood

NANAIMO – Location staffed by volunteers in Georgia Avenue Community School every Friday evening.

Elections B.C. updates voter registration

NANAIMO – Organization reaching out to residents ahead of provincial election in May.

RBC donates to health care

NANAIMO - Nanaimo and District Hospital Foundation benefits from $25,000 donation.

Financial help

NANAIMO - Nanaimo Travellers Lodge gets financial boost for Eden Gardens.

Baking class covers cause and effect

NANAIMO - Professor introduces cause and effect learning into his class

Human rights lawyer shares experience of challenges of practising law in Iran

NANAIMO – Hossein Raeesi hosts lecture at Vancouver Island University.

Late Lantzville councillor’s life will be celebrated

NANAIMO – A memorial service for Rod Negrave is scheduled for Feb. 19 at Costin Hall.

Engineer recognized by VIU for creativity

NANAIMO – Keith Hipel receives honorary doctorate of science from Vancouver Island University.