Nicholas Pescod

Affordable housing project for people with disabilities breaks ground in Nanaimo

Uplands Drive project expected to be completed by summer 2020

Advocates for now-closed Nanaimo soup kitchen ask for city’s help

Wisteria Community Association’s Stone Soup shut down following eviction of owners this week

Nanaimo students pushing for youth-led climate advisory group

Group would be responsible for organizing community cleanups, meetings and other events

Lantzville gives green light to streetscape plan

Plan, supported by District of Nanaimo council, would transform Lantzville Road

Lantzville councillors reject tree-cutting bylaw

Members of district council say bylaw’s language too vague

120-unit apartment complex approved in Nanaimo’s Wellington neighbourhood

Construction could begin by year’s end, says developer

Nanaimo city council adopts strategic plan

Strategies for economic development, climate resiliency among priorities

New official community plan will make Lantzville a ‘green oasis’

District of Lantzville has a new OCP for the first time since 2005

Olympic skier from Nanaimo suing Alpine Canada after coach’s sex offences

Bertrand Charest was convicted in 2017 on 37 charges

Air North starts up non-stop flights from Nanaimo to Kelowna

Company running charter flights to Watson Lake, Yukon, including stops in Kelowna and Prince George

Complex with more than 200 apartments pitched for Nanaimo’s south end

Construction planned for next spring on Junction Avenue in Chase River

Nanaimo council approves re-zoning for B.C. Cannabis Stores

One store coming to Country Club Centre, another to Mary Ellen Drive

Nanaimo a prime market for new plane, Air Canada says

Vice-president previews Airbus A220, praises Nanaimo’s growth in passenger numbers

Air Canada expects Boeing 737 Max to resume flying by September or October

Air Canada isn’t worried about safety of the planes, says vice-president

Nanaimo council grants development permit for 170 apartments near Long Lake

Concerns raised over traffic around Rutherford Road

New Nanaimo fire hall plans unveiled

Nanaimo Fire Rescue hopes new station will be operational by 2022

Nanaimo council goes against its guidelines to advance pot shop application

Council votes 5-3 to allow cannabis retail store application for 111 Terminal Ave. to proceed

Nanaimo urges meeting between DND, user groups over military range land

Canadian Forces enforcing ban on access to Westwood Ridges

Province announces $157-million project to replace Nanaimo Correctional Centre

Site clearing to begin this summer adjacent to current prison location

Nearly 500 condos, including two towers, proposed in Nanaimo’s north end

Six-storey building, two 20-storey buildings proposed for 6340 McRobb Ave.