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NANAIMO – About a hundred people attended an information session on the Boundary Crescent social housing project last week.
NANAIMO – Reprieve from cuts to programs and services in school district's budget this year will not continue next year.
NANAIMO – Environmental course developed by Dover Bay Secondary School teachers could get the green light.
NANAIMO – Mom worried that school trustees won't hear from her daughter anytime soon.
School district, regional district and city determine solution to traffic safety issues outside of Nanaimo District Secondary School
NANAIMO – Parents, teachers and support workers all concerned with district's proposed calendar changes.
NANAIMO – Teachers' union concerned about a new method of supporting students.
NANAIMO – Vancouver Island University officials still await funding to proceed with Campus Master Plan.
Nanaimo educators are doing their part to instil the habit of daily physical activity in students.
NANAIMO – The 40th British Columbia general election is scheduled for May 14 and preparations are already underway.
NANAIMO – Work in West African country includes delivering school supplies.
Nanaimo school officials support use of empty space in schools by child-care providers.
Nanaimo Economic Development Corporation's new tourism strategic plan aims to grow the industry by using several different strategies.
NANAIMO – School officials are looking into whether it is feasible to include gender-neutral bathrooms.
NANAIMO – Complaints spur review of sexual health materials presented to students.
The Nanaimo-Ladysmith Schools Foundation hopes to garner district employee support to help launch a new grant program.
NANAIMO – Event on gardening and growing plants from seed takes place this Sunday.
NANAIMO – City awash in a sea of pink Wednesday (Feb. 27) as hundreds of people don the colour to take a stand against bullying.
NANAIMO – Projected funding shortfall of $5 million prompts school officials to claw back supplies and services by $1 million.
NANAIMO – Three-week murder trial scheduled to start Monday will not go ahead as planned.