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NANAIMO – Human-caused wildfire two ridges west of Mount Benson mopped up by Coastal Forest Centre crews.
NANAIMO – Provincial government says Island in midst of Level 3 drought.
A more proportional system would see more representatives assigned based on each party’s share of votes.
‘The media is being mean to me’ is not a complaint that’s going to go over well for a parliamentarian with 15 years’ experience.
This will be the first election in some time that Nanaimo will be represented by one MP.
NANAIMO – Leonard Krog said he was hoping for a surprise in the provincial budget after a lackluster throne speech.
NANAIMO – Statistics show what stories online readers preferred in 2014.
NANAIMO – Money raised buys gifts to ensure no child goes empty handed on Christmas morning.
In addition to the high-profile charities, others capitalize on the generosity and gift giving at this time of year.
Pennies might be becoming a thing of the past but the goal of the News Bulletin’s annual coin campaign remains the same.
The ferry system needs an overhaul – I don’t think anyone would argue with that.
As far as rituals go, Halloween is one of our most interesting.
NANAIMO – Western Forest Products has announced plans to close its sawmill on Nanaimo’s waterfront by the end of the year.
The question comes down to money – how much taxpayers can bear when the province and the federal government are already taking a big chunk.
How the B.C. government handles this cleanup and punishment of Imperial Metals will set the tone for future resource extraction projects.
From my observations behind the wheel, people make strange choices at any speed.
NANAIMO – Snuneymuxw First Nation launched legal appeal after closure of several south-end schools.
Women are under-represented in politics at every level, whether it’s at the council table, provincial legislature or federal Parliament.
NANAIMO – Technical committee expects remediation costs to be less than expected.
NANAIMO – Rotating strike set for today in Nanaimo school district.