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NANAIMO – school officials consider three changes to the traditional school calendar and want to hear from the public.
NANAIMO – Trustees want district staff to investigate the potential for putting childcare facilities in secondary schools across the city.
NANAIMO – New program diverts perishable food from the landfill to feed hungry people in the community.
NANAIMO – B.C. Liberals plan to balance the books next fiscal year by selling off assets and raising taxes.
NANAIMO – Mom aims to raise awareness, money through walk.
NANAIMO – Employers looking to increase staffing for the summer able to access some federal dollars.
NANAIMO – The sound of music is alive and well at Park Avenue Elementary School.
NANAIMO – Harbour City named one of most romantic cities in Canada and residents point to the waterfront.
NANAIMO – Heightened security measures at three schools and the district administration centre have ended.
NANAIMO – Pipelines and paper cranes featured in event hosted by Sierra Club at Painted Turtle Guesthouse tomorrow (Feb. 15).
NANAIMO – Seven large cruise ships and two small ones will call in the Harbour City this year.
NANAIMO – Port authority sinks its annual Floating Boat and Marine Trade Show this year.
NANAIMO – New website developed by school district to put tools to combat bullying at students' fingertips is replaced.
NANAIMO – After 17 years of smoking, Erin Bourcier broke the habit last October.
NANAIMO – New holiday being celebrated in Nanaimo Monday (Feb. 11) with free activities for families.
NANAIMO – School trustees want a closer relationship with Lantzville council.
NANAIMO – Playgrounds at two elementary schools get some much-need improvements.
NANAIMO – Potential threat led to increased security at three Nanaimo schools and the District Administration Centre this week.
NANAIMO – Educators hope bargaining framework agreed upon by teachers and employers results in contract sooner.
NANAIMO – School officials consider two-week spring break next year to save money.