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NANAIMO – In her 12 short years on Earth, Nanaimo’s Hailey Jones made quite an impact on the community and its people.
NANAIMO – Residents of British Columbia should not be penalized simple because of where they choose to live and work.
NANAIMO – Cash to bail out B.C. Ferries' growing problems likely not available.
NANAIMO – For anyone suffering the blues (or greys) of this past dull and dreary West Coast winter, there is a solution.
NANAIMO – Time is a valuable commodity and the Canadian Cancer Society is hoping Nanaimo and area residents have some to spare.
NANAIMO – Resident calls for care above municipal guidelines when developers work on steep slopes.
NANAIMO – B.C. is entering a pivotal time. Times are tough, jobs are being lost to other provinces and finances never looked bleaker.
NANAIMO – Doing the ‘right thing’ can be costly, but leaves the planet in good shape.
NANAIMO – School district in a ‘damned if you do, damned if you don’t’ situation.
NANAIMO – Muriel MacKay Ross had a love affair with the city for more than 90 years.
NANAIMO – Match against first place team fails to excite.
NANAIMO – Buccaneers accomplish one goal, but plenty of work still left to do.
NANAIMO – Family vacation to Mexico provides column fodder.
NANAIMO – Are we going to be having a funeral for the fine art of conversation anytime soon?
NANAIMO – The bigger picture is, of course, not mental health but gun control.
NANAIMO – A failure to communicate won’t be a problem for Telus cellphone and wireless Internet customers in south Nanaimo this new year.
NANAIMO – A walker or runner will never win in a confrontation with a motor vehicle, so the onus is on them.
NANAIMO: Transformation of a picnic shelter to a tourist visitor centre on a busy stretch of highway seems like a natural fit.
NANAIMO: Sports fans are quickly running out of options as the National Hockey League lockout continues.
NANAIMO: It’s quite amazing how the uproar over the cost of a litre of gasoline has diminished as the price drops.