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NANAIMO – Public input sought in school district's strategic planning process.
NANAIMO – A program that uses puppets to educate children about disability awareness is looking for volunteers.
NANAIMO – Snuneymuxw First Nation has withdrawn from consultation process with the city over the removal of two dams from Colliery Dam Park.
NANAIMO – The city receives more than $620,000 from the province to help pay for policing services.
NANAIMO – St. Paul's Anglican Church will get a little help from the city with its roof replacement project.
NANAIMO – Members of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 256 may soon be able to enjoy an alcoholic beverage on an outdoor patio.
NANAIMO – A group of Cedar parents are challenging Nanaimo school district's plan to close schools in that area.
NANAIMO A new method of supporting students got off to a rocky start, but it will continue next year.
NANAIMO – The city will demolish an unsafe building downtown because no action was taken by the owner.
NANAIMO – A group campaigning to de-criminalize marijuana possession has been denied booth space at one of Nanaimo's largest festivals.
NANAIMO – A new vision for the Harewood community is outlined in a draft neighbourhood plan.
NANAIMO – Women are encouraged to do regular breast self-examinations, but some may have questions on what to look for.
NANAIMO – Two dams in Colliery Dam Park will remain intact for at least another month after council delays decision on dam removal tender.
NANAIMO – A new $50-million, 197-room hotel is one step closer to becoming a reality in the downtown core.
The City of Nanaimo wants to improve its online presence and is looking for feedback from the community.
NANAIMO – A proposal to use a new sewer line to heat a school is not going forward this year, but a boiler upgrade at another school will.
Nanaimo school officials are buying software that will help the district plan more efficient busing routes.
NANAIMO – A land sale deal to build a major hotel downtown went before Nanaimo city council Monday night after press time.
NANAIMO – Decision also allows city to return to court for injunction should city's parks bylaw be breached.
NANAIMO – Vancouver Island University Earth sciences student Jamie Anderson appreciates every little bit of monetary help.