Nicholas Pescod

B.C. Housing working to meet timelines on temporary supportive housing in Nanaimo

Construction, co-ordination of services and planning for public process all happening now

Former city councillor ordered by Supreme Court to delete leaked documents

Gord Fuller and two other individuals must remove documents from social media platforms

Nanaimo woman takes legal action against temporary supportive housing

Supportive housing on Terminal Avenue shouldn’t be exempt from city bylaws, lawsuit claims

Dog psychic can help people better connect with their pets

Michele Wonnacott hosts one-day seminar in Nanaimo on Saturday, Nov. 17

Last-place mayoral candidate who asked for recount says he’ll run in byelection

Ray Farmere says he wants to become Nanaimo’s next MLA

Nanaimo reflects, remembers 100 years after First World War ended

Thousands attend Remembrance Day ceremony in downtown Nanaimo

Nanaimo woman starts petition calling on federal government to grant asylum to migrant caravan

More than 5,000 Central American migrants are heading toward the United States border

Several poppy donation boxes stolen in Nanaimo’s north end

Nanaimo RCMP will review surveillance video

Nanaimo byelection candidate wants to see Vancouver Island separate from B.C.

Robin Richardson, leader of the Vancouver Island Party, announces intention to run for MLA

Tony Harris tabbed to represent B.C. Liberal Party in Nanaimo byelection

Car dealer announced intentions at a press conference this morning

City of Nanaimo denies senior manager was fired for not ‘covering up’ CAO’s spending

City claims Brad McRae was fired because of his role overseeing automated garbage rollout

Lantzville holds its first meeting with a new mayor and council

Mayor Mark Swain took the oath of office on Monday in the District of Lantzville

Bikes for Kids receives numerous donations following theft

Group has received more than two dozen bikes since Thanksgiving weekend

Canada Post workers on strike in Nanaimo

Rolling strike reaches Harbour City as labour dispute continues

Beban Park neighbours oppose Labieux Road supportive housing

Petition on Change.org has garnered more than 1,300 signatures

172-unit apartment development pitched for north Nanaimo

Proposed development would be located near Nanaimo North Town Centre

Minister offers at Island summit a behind-the-scenes look at USMCA negotiations

Navdeep Bains talks foreign trade at economic summit in Nanaimo

Port of Nanaimo CEO gone

Ewan Moir no longer with the Nanaimo Port Authority as of last week

B.C. premier identifies labour shortage on the Island

John Horgan spoke today at the Vancouver Island Economic Summit in Nanaimo

Vancouver Island Economic Summit will create connections, spark discussion

Two-day event begins Wednesday, Oct. 24, at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre