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Stakeholders are hoping Nanaimo’s reputation for hosting major sporting events will provide a much-needed economic windfall for the city.
Santa Claus has the right idea when taking to his sleigh and eight tiny reindeer when travelling around the world.
Freezing temperatures combined with mixed snow and rain has has drawn Nanaimo’s homeless to the Unitarian Weather Shelter.
Nanaimo – Construction forum hears reasons for optimism
Nanaimo – Mechanical failure causes disruption of ferry service.
Workers at the Coast Bastion Inn are under the gun to complete a $280,000 renovation.
A long-awaited visitor information centre off the Nanaimo Parkway is a step closer to fruition.
Salvation Army’s Christmas Kettle Campaign in Nanaimo raises $212,000.
Staff at Loaves and Fishes Community Food Bank can now reach the ceiling of their new Farquhar Street warehouse.
The holiday rush is over at the shopping malls and has resurfaced at the Nanaimo Recycling Exchange.
The task of providing of roof over the heads of Nanaimo’s homeless has had a polarizing effect on the community in 2011.
Above average temperatures and below average rainfall in December has a number of people wondering where winter went.
A record number of people signed up for Nanaimo’s Christmas Hamper program.
An 18-year-old Nanaimo man is no worse for wear after spending a few hours lost on Westwood Ridge.
Lost animals turn up quite often, but for Maggie, a five-year-old shih tzu cross, her story verges on a Christmas miracle.
Christmas can be a tough time of year for many people with little or nothing to eat.
Nanaimo’s new Economic Development Corporation is now in charge of promoting the city’s tourism industry.
Nearly 50 retired employees of the former Pope & Talbot Harmac pulp mill are part of a registered class action lawsuit.
Despite more than 25,000 kilograms of food collected so far at Nanaimo's Christmas Hamper Program,more is needed.
It’s time for Canada to take a leadership role in climate change concerns, not walk away from the table.