Chris Bush

B.C. Hydro in Nanaimo warns about effects of wild weather

Utility educates public how to be prepared for extended power outages

Salvation Army in dire need of volunteers for Christmas Kettle Campaign

Campaign needs 7,200 volunteer hours to man kettle shifts from Nanaimo to Ladysmith

Nanaimo man charged in crash that claimed life of retired police sergeant

Conrad Nikolaus Wetten, 23, charged with driving without due care and attention

Nanaimo roofing truss manufacturer builds national construction network

Hadi Abassi’s Atlas Engineered Products, now a publicly traded company, sees revenues rise

Kris Kringle Craft Market brings holiday magic to Nanaimo

Unique crafts, artisan, roving entertainment and Kris Kringle himself at Beban Park this weekend

Nanaimo hospital foundation trying to Light the Trees to combat colon cancer

December campaign calls for donations to build new $1.5-million endoscopy suite at NRGH

Four arrested after report of shots fired in Nanaimo

RCMP arrest four suspects in high-risk takedown in Cedar

Nanaimo service station first in B.C. to be part of Petro-Canada’s ‘electric highway’

EV charge stations started operating last month at service station at Terminal and Princess Royal

Three-car crash in Nanaimo sends one driver to hospital

Morning northbound traffic slowed to one lane on Nicol Street

The Great Nanaimo Toy Drive launches 37th year collecting presents for kids

Toy drive makes sure children in Nanaimo’s less fortunate families have presents Christmas morning

Dozens of planes went down on Vancouver Island training for war

Exhibit at Vancouver Island Military Museum depicts dangers of flying B.C. coast during war years

Canada became home not only to war brides, but also to war grooms

Soldiers from other countries trained in Canada, fell for Canadian women and settled down post-war

Canada’s wartime air training school graduated more than 130,000 crew

Canada became ‘aerodrome of democracy’

Nanaimo’s Sikh community celebrates 550th birthday of religion’s first Guru

Guru Nanak Dev Ji Gurpurab among the most sacred of Sikh religious festivals

Organizers bringing heavy artillery to Nanaimo’s inaugural Great Pumpkin Toss

Trebuchet and air cannon will fire pumpkins to their final resting places in charity fundraiser

Island Health has thousands and thousands of doses of flu vaccine

Medical health officer says the communicable disease accounts for hospitalizations and deaths

Conservation officers will slap fines on homeowners who leave out bear attractants

B.C. Conservation Officer Service hopes to prevent bears having to be relocated or put down

Teaching tool cart builds opportunities for hands-on learning at Nanaimo schools

Portable tool cart will be shared between Bayview Elementary and Qwam Qwum Elementary

Corn maze meant to get people mixed up

McNab’s Corn Maze in Yellow Point open through Halloween night

Family opens new downtown Nanaimo microbrewery

Cliffside Brewing Company opened Friday with six recipes on tap