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NANAIMO – B.C. Ferries and Marine Workers Union has set sail in a new direction in terms of leadership.
Having a little fun keeping the kid inside alive helps keeps the old guy outside ticking.
When it comes to pursuing a career as a Canadian Forces pilot, the sky is the limit for Nanaimo's Andrew Gates.
A Nanaimo woman is devastated after an attack on her dog led to it being euthanized.
Nanaimo woman hopes Canadians will rise up on the country’s birthday to protest the dismantling of environmental protection programs.
Nanaimo society strives for a science centre in Bowen Park.
The future of development in downtown Nanaimo will depend a lot on its past.
NANAIMO – The B.C. Liberal Party is hosting a series of regional policy conferences with the next stop in Nanaimo May 26.
NANAIMO – Vancouver Island’s whitewater paddling community lost one of its own Tuesday
NANAIMO – Teachers' extra-curricular action cancels overnight portion of students' camping trip.
NANAIMO – Efforts to save one of only two remaining coal mining headframes and tipples in North America took a step forward Monday.
NANAIMO – I have come to develop a healthy dose of respect for Taraxacum officinale.
NANAIMO – Friends of Morden Mine Society to make preservation pitch to provincial environment minister.
NANAIMO – Great Canadian Gaming Corporation is not betting on an expansion of its Nanaimo operation anytime soon.
NANAIMO – Ferry service between Nanaimo’s Duke Point terminal and Tsawwassen resumes May 1.
NANAIMO – Railroad bridges and trestles on Vancouver Island require $5.4 million in upgrades over the next 10 years.
NANAIMO – Former News Bulletin editor receives Eric Dunning Integrity Award.
Nanaimo youth are speaking out about their experiences with hate-motivated behaviour.
NANAIMO – A visitor information centre at the Nanaimo Parkway and Northfield Road will not be ready to open for the May long weekend.
NANAIMO – B.C. Ferries unionized employees receive 6.25-per cent wage increase over three years.