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What has sparked debate, however, is whether Stilwell, or rather her detractors, can separate her track achievements from her politics.
NANAIMO – Organization supports people and programs in each community it serves.
NANAIMO - Chilliwack, Trooper, The Kings, Valdy and others perform during the Nanaimo Bathtub Weekend Launch Party.
The government points to rapid snowmelt, early record temperatures and sparse spring rainfall for our current drought conditions.
NANAIMO – Blues musician performs at the Queen's Thursday (June 30).
NANAIMO – Monster Truck headlines Party in the Park at Beban Park on Canada Day (July 1).
NANAIMO – More than 140 dancers expected during event at Nanaimo’s Cavallotti Lodge.
NANAIMO – Thousands celebrated love and acceptance during Pride parade and festivities.
NANAIMO – First-ever Pride Parade saw crowds support inclusion and acceptance in the community.
NANAIMO – David Gogo has his latest Juno Award-nominated album released on vinyl.
The Canadian government suggests carrying a money belt or a neck pouch to avoid pickpockets and purse snatchers.
International Women’s Day highlights the achievements of women, but also shows how far some areas of the globe need to progress.
For the past few weeks, it seemed like announcement after announcement of layoffs, closures and cutbacks in media in Canada.
NANAIMO – Vancouver Island University, Island Health and RCMP among presenters at information event.
We have so much freedom in Canada and yet informal restrictions are placed on that freedom every day, especially when night falls.
Whenever we post a photo of a car accident, it immediately gets thousands of hits.
I hope engagement and debate continues, but I worry that the adoration lavished on Justin Trudeau at this point will create disillusionment.
NANAIMO – Long campaign might make for short memories among voters.
NANAIMO – Candidates from four main political parties running in Nanaimo-Ladysmith scheduled to attend.
Remember when we were kids and when we wanted to ride bikes we just hopped on and went?