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NANAIMO – Investigation cites lack of communication, risk assessment in trestle collapse.
NANAIMO – For more than 50 years crowds have gathered at the Lantzville cenotaph on Nov. 11.
NANAIMO – Public transportation takes a front seat in Nanaimo as B.C. Transit hosts its annual conference.
NANAIMO – Tsawwassen ferry traffic still rerouted through Departure Bay.
NANAIMO – The city and Regional District of Nanaimo have an opportunity to make a splash on water issues.
Two Nanaimo residents are being recognized for their efforts to better the lives of others.
NANAIMO – Whoever coined the phrase “get to the root of the problem” sure knew what they were talking about.
Changes to Nanaimo’s north-end social housing project caught a number of stakeholders by surprise.
With years of training required to become a doctor, Nanaimo's Simon Moore never though filmmaking would play a big part in his career.
A proposed social housing project in Nanaimo’s north end has been scaled back and will not target young, homeless single adults.
NANAIMO – With its leadership race behind it, the federal NDP is ready to get back to the business of being the official Opposition.
NANAIMO – Government grant ensures skateboard and bike park will be built in Cedar.
NANAIMO – Organizers of a World Water Day symposium at Vancouver Island University hope to make a splash with the public.
NANAIMO – Review studies relationship between B.C. Transit and municipal governments.
NANAIMO – University's Hempology 101 Club hosts cannabis convention Sunday (March 18).
Tourists need to learn the language of the countries they visit.
Councillors have $3,000 per year of taxpayers money to spend on seeking legal advice on conflict of interest.
The Snuneymuxw First Nation is proceeding with court action as the City of Nanaimo tries to secure a future water supply.
NANAIMO – Early results of an ongoing water-usage audit show city’s daily water consumption is below provincial and national levels.
B.C. Ferries has no plans in the works to close Nanaimo's Duke Point terminal.