Greg Sakaki

Owners say baby goat stolen from Yellow Point Farms near Nanaimo

Farm owners allege 12-day-old goat stolen during goat snuggles program

VIU gauging interest in field lacrosse

Lacrosse is a drop-in rec activity now, but university supports idea of expanding program

Nanaimo-Ladysmith candidates talk environment, economy and governance

First all-candidates’ meeting was held Thursday at the Beban Park social centre

Liberals say Nanaimo’s port important to economic diversification

Transport Minister Marc Garneau campaigned in Nanaimo-Ladysmith on Wednesday

Candidates face questions on Nanaimo doorsteps about supportive housing and crime

Federal candidates asked about social issues on campaign trail

Fisheries and oceans minister spends Earth Day in Nanaimo-Ladysmith

Jonathan Wilkinson in riding to support candidate Michelle Corfield

Climate action can’t be a partisan issue, say Greens

Green Party of Canada celebrated Earth Day early in Nanaimo

Anti-immigration party is on the ballot in Nanaimo-Ladysmith

Opposing candidate says National Citizens Alliance’s participation ‘highly problematic’

Clippers optimistic as they put finishing touches on cup-hosting bid

Nanaimo’s junior A hockey club hopes to host RBC Cup nationals in 2020-21

VIU visual art show spans a Spectrum of art forms

Spectrum: Visual Art Major Grad Show continues until May 9 at the View Gallery

NDP say affordable housing ‘fundamental’ to their campaign

Jagmeet Singh promises 500,000 new units of housing if New Democrats form government

Pirates win all four on opening weekend of baseball season

Mid Island Pirates premier team swept Whalley and White Rock

Bernier arrives in Nanaimo-Ladysmith to amplify PPC campaign

People’s Party of Canada leader in Nanaimo-Ladysmith for three days of campaigning

Scheer rallies Conservatives in Nanaimo-Ladysmith

Conservative Party of Canada leader campaigning in the riding today

Slo-pitch season fast approaching

The Nanaimo Adult Recreational Slo-Pitch League holds registration April 16 and April 18

Nanaimo United women win Island’s premier cup for first time in 20 years

Squad scores championship-winning goal in dying seconds

Mid Island Pirates anticipate strong season at the ballpark

Hub City Paving Pirates premier league baseball team plays home opener Saturday, April 13

Candidate putting progressive conservative principles on the ballot in Nanaimo-Ladysmith

Brian Marlatt running for the Progressive Canadian Party in May 6 federal byelection

Nanaimo RCMP setting up task force to focus on Terminal and Labieux areas

RCMP superintendent says police have a chance to reduce crime which is ‘plateauing’

Greens see climate as central issue in Nanaimo-Ladysmith byelection

Candidate Paul Manly and leader Elizabeth May hosted a town hall meeting Saturday at Beban Park