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Fatal fire on Nicol Street still ‘a big puzzle’

Police, firefighters, coroners investigating a fire that killed three people Tuesday

  • Oct 11th, 2017

B.C. Wine Institute reaching out to California

Local industry urged to show support for colleagues affected by California wildfires

Excavators munch Nanaimo mill

Excavators move in to demolish Western Forest Products mill

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SD68 testing water for lead schedule 2017/18
    Our Nanaimo society wants to 'raise the bar' for city council
      Canadian government, Snuneymuxw celebrate $49M settlement

        Site C dam discussion comes to Harbour City

        A community input session will be held Tuesday (Oct. 10) as part of the BCUC’s Site C inquiry

        RCMP investigating suspicious car fire

        Nanaimo Fire Rescue turns car fire investigation over to RCMP.

        The 2017 Tour de Rock remembered

        Black Press media rider Arnold Lim reflects on the 2017 Tour de Rock

        Search and rescue teams and firefighters rescue injured rock climber

        Rope rescue operation retrieves injured rock climber from Nanaimo River area

        CAO says city’s corporate restructuring now complete

        The City of Nanaimo’s latest corporate structure was presented to councillors Monday

        No alternatives found for Nanaimo supervised consumption site

        Second attempt to re-zone Wesley St. building for supervised consumption site coming this fall

        Fire Prevention Week across B.C.

        This year’s theme is ‘Every second counts - plan 2 ways out’

        City recognized for financial stewardship

        City of Nanaimo awarded Best Practices, Excellence in Financial Stewardship at UBCM

        B.C. government announces it will help preserve Morden Mine

        Province will provide $25,000 to conserve structures at Morden Colliery Historic Provincial Park

        Plans move ahead for boutique hotel on Selby Street

        Nanaimo city councillors approve variances to development permit, including fewer parking stalls

        Lantzville approves additional spending on water master plan, official community plan

        Councillors voted to spend $20,000 to complete the water master plan and $18,960 more for the OCP

        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

        Grandfather, grandson assaulted, robbed in Nanaimo park

        Men punched in face by assailant who stole ball cap and glasses

        Six people freed after being trapped in elevator

        Six people were stuck on an elevator in a building in downtown Nanaimo for more than an hour

        B.C. Liberal leadership hopeful Mike de Jong stops in Nanaimo

        Former finance minister talks to party members Friday

        Tour de Rock completes epic Island journey in Victoria

        Riders made stops across Capital Region finishing with roughly $1 million in donations