Nicholas Pescod

District of Lantzville making changes around how it spends surplus money

Changes would ‘hamstring’ council’s ability to manage money, argues councillor

Lantzville council adopts code of conduct policy

Policy the exact same model adopted by Nanaimo city councillors earlier this year

Nanaimo police nab suspect accused of committing 50 break-ins

Ian Mactavish, 53, has been charged with multiple counts of break-and-enter

Nanaimo RCMP arrest man carrying four rifles wrapped in a blanket

RCMP aiming to reunite firearms with rightful owner

Snuneymuxw expand economic development on Saysutshun Newcastle Island

Grand opening event for food and beverage services was held on Friday, May 10

Beach fires spark conversation in Lantzville, but council proceeding with ban

Councillors vote 3-2 to pass third reading of a fire protection services bylaw

University prof says byelection result boosts Green Party but might not mean Green wave

Greens benefit from boost, NDP won’t find positives, UVic professor says of Nanaimo-Ladysmith vote

Nanaimo city council intends to create environmental committee

City councillors discuss committees, roundtables and task forces

NDP say fossil fuel subsidies can be better spent on housing

Savings would be used to fund affordable housing plan, said Jagmeet Singh this week in Nanaimo

Nanaimo woman goes ‘plogging’ for garbage on the riverside

Woman participates in Swedish eco-fitness trend that combines jogging with picking up litter

Opinion: Potential beach fire ban doesn’t exhaust all options

It’s easy to blame a demographic that doesn’t vote or pay taxes, says columnist

Lantzville councillors scrap code of conduct policy, seek new model

Council prefer Union of British Columbia Municipalities model over their own

Candidates face questions on Nanaimo doorsteps about supportive housing and crime

Federal candidates asked about social issues on campaign trail

Health minister talks opioid crisis in campaign stop in Nanaimo

Support of cabinet ministers ‘incredible’ experience, says Liberal candidate

Lantzville looking to ban beach fires as youths aren’t respecting beaches

Lantzville the only municipality south of Comox Valley that allows beach fires, district staff say

City of Nanaimo ‘100 per cent’ on board with privacy commissioner recommendations

Council satisfied with how private and confidential information will be handled moving forward

PPC leader Bernier works to build party’s profile in Nanaimo-Ladysmith

People’s Party of Canada candidate Jennifer Clarke and leader Maxime Bernier hold town hall

Federal environment minister in Nanaimo-Ladysmith to boost Liberal campaign

Catherine McKenna knocked on doors today with candidate Michelle Corfield

Concept plans presented for Lantzville’s Ware Road property

Plan includes mixed-use buildings, various housing choices

Nanaimo RCMP ‘fully expect’ task force to cut down on crime in Terminal and Labieux areas

B.C. housing minister acknowledges ‘significant increase’ in calls to service