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It would be a real cross-check in the face to have junior A hockey taken away.
The City of Nanaimo will have to decide what to do after 80 per cent of voters rejected a loan approval bylaw in Saturday’s referendum.
On Saturday (March 11), citizens will mark their ballots in a referendum on an $80-million multiplex.
International Women’s Day is next Wednesday (March 8) and it feels somehow more important this year.
The finance minister touts B.C.’s economic diversity, suggesting that trait has been the key to the province’s relative economic strength.
The city’s Hometown Hockey celebrations are now underway and will continue all this week.
This week’s throne speech and next week’s budget are milestones along the way as B.C. draws closer to its spring election campaign.
NANAIMO – The region is experiencing its snowiest, coldest winter in recent memory.
After raising money in support of mental health and raising awareness about the issue, wouldn’t it be wonderful if we can take that further?
The Women’s March on Washington ballooned from an expected couple hundred thousand protesters to a global movement of more than one million.
Depending how you look at it, we’re all on the same side – we all want what’s best for Nanaimo.
Opioid overdose deaths didn’t suddenly become a crisis, but maybe now the issue will be treated that way.
We’re not only looking back at 2016, but also forward at the ways news stories will continue to unfold in 2017.
A lot of people are suggesting that 2017 can’t come quickly enough because 2016 was a year they’d like to put firmly behind them.
Our wish is for everyone to have a merry Christmas, because that’s really become the point of all this, whatever the holiday’s origins.
It’s important that Canadians take advantage of this chance to have their say on their electoral system and ways to improve it.
It’s concerning that we find ourselves in a crisis situation with youth homelessness in Nanaimo.
The Nanaimo News Bulletin’s annual Coins for Kids campaign got underway at the beginning of December and continues through next week.
Any of us can make an effort at reconciliation, but there’s every reason why it should start with our young people.