Editorial: It shouldn’t be politics as usual in B.C.

An incoming government needs to take care that it’s as representative as voters seemed to want

Rail bed perfect for trails

The E&N rail corridor is perfect to accommodate cyclists and pedestrians alike

  • Jul 4th, 2017

Environmentalist’s claims sensationalize problems

Science fiction with a political agenda may never be proven science fact

  • Jul 3rd, 2017
Woman alleges 93-year-old father had money stolen by care worker


    New residential care facility now open


      Nanaimo immigrant youth group focuses on fun


        Japanese students say goodbye to Nanaimo


          Garbage bins unsightly

          Garbage cans are an eyesore at the best of times and the new larger bins will make the problem worse

          • Jul 3rd, 2017

          B.C.’s big money battle isn’t over yet

          John Horgan, Christy Clark posture on poltical donations

          Editorial: Canadian spirit is evident

          For the nation’s 150th, this July 1 is going to be a bigger deal across the country

          Beefs & Bouquets, June 29

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          • Jun 30th, 2017

          Taking daffodils is unconscionable

          How can you make up your minds to take the daffodils from the Canadian Cancer Society’s front door?

          • Jun 29th, 2017

          Bring change to B.C. government

          Don’t trust Christy Clark; she said she is for the people, she has never been

          • Jun 28th, 2017

          Op-ed: Spinal condition is rare and challenging

          My medical condition is rare and that’s why I believe it’s important to raise awareness about it

          • Jun 27th, 2017

          Editorial: Nanaimo grads make us proud

          Another class of graduates is finishing secondary school in Nanaimo.

          Policy U-turns disingenuous

          Tigers don’t change their stripes, and Christy Clark’s policy U-turns don’t absolve her of her record

          • Jun 27th, 2017

          Tommy Douglas plaque deceptive

          Why did a closed meeting decide to exhibit an NDP partisan plaque on city property?

          • Jun 27th, 2017

          Editorial cartoon, June 27

          Editorial cartoon, June 27

          • Jun 27th, 2017

          Memories ruined at park

          I am writing in response to what has happened to the tree planted in memory of Len Daynes

          • Jun 26th, 2017

          All parties throwing your billions around

          Christy Clark promises to match NDP, Greens spending spree

          Editorial: Affordability will drive votes

          Candidates need to get people to the polls, and raising issues around affordable housing is one way

          • Jun 22nd, 2017

          Beefs & Bouquets, June 22

          To submit a beef or a bouquet to the News Bulletin, please e-mail bulletinboard@nanaimobulletin.com

          • Jun 22nd, 2017

          Editorial cartoon, June 22

          Editorial cartoon, June 22

          • Jun 22nd, 2017

          High-priced real estate not what we need

          The idea that Nanaimo should be celebrating a condo that is listed at $ million is misguided

          • Jun 22nd, 2017