Nicholas Pescod

‘Our culture is not a religion,’ indigenous educator tells Nanaimo court in case of smudging at school

Mother also gave evidence Tuesday in B.C. Supreme Court, case continues Wednesday

Student tells Nanaimo courtroom she wasn’t allowed to leave indigenous smudging ceremony

Girl cross-examined Monday in B.C. Supreme Court in Nanaimo

Lantzville seeks changes to policing cost model for small towns

Policing costs significantly increase once a municipality’s population exceeds 5,000

New VIU president sworn in at ceremony at Snuneymuxw Longhouse

Deborah Saucier says VIU is committed to inclusion and reconciliation with indigenous peoples

Lantzville’s potential property tax increase ticks up to almost 25 per cent

Additional increase due to creation of reserve funds

Lantzville park could become gravel parking lot for beach-goers

Lantzville council request costs associated with converting Sebastion Road Park into parking area

Mixed-use, five-storey development pitched close to downtown Nanaimo

Proposed development would be located at Fry Street and Esplanade

Lantzville’s budget talks starting with potential 22.5-per cent tax hike

District staff says amount of money needed for roadwork ‘relatively terrifying’

Pickup and station wagon collide at Nanaimo Parkway intersection

Incident happened on Thursday at approximately 9:20 a.m. in Lantzville

Lantzville wants province to consider installing electronic signs on Island Highway

Signs would provide travel time information to motorists

City of Nanaimo re-thinking decision to ditch youth advisory council

Council to hold engagement session with young people

Nanaimo’s Dinghy Dock Pub has sold

Deal closed yesterday, says pub general manager

B.C. Premier talks pipeline, Western separatism at economic summit

Horgan wonders why Albertans feel animosity toward federal government that bought a pipeline

Community connections a factor in Nanaimo-Ladysmith election results, university professors say

Political studies prof says national campaign was ‘bitter’ and ‘low-level’

Province willing to talk with Lantzville about traffic management for Island Highway

Lantzville councillor plans to ask ministry to install traffic time signs on Highway 19

City of Nanaimo staff recommend delaying Cranberry Connector project to 2027

Proposed road would link Cranberry Road with Tenth Street

Campaign brings NDP leader Jagmeet Singh through downtown Nanaimo

Singh says his party has ‘momentum’ heading into election day

Accident involving SUV and sedan slows traffic near Nanaimo North Town Centre

Incident happened at approximately 8 a.m. Friday