Nicholas Pescod

B.C. Supreme Court issues fire safety order for Discontent City

Discontent City has one week to comply with fire order

Final arguments made at tent city hearing, court won’t rule immediately

Lawyer says City of Nanaimo is concerned occupants would consume hand sanitizer

Discontent City argues that it’s keeping occupants safe

Hearing continuing today, July 18, at B.C. Supreme Court in Nanaimo

Hearing begins to determine fate of Nanaimo’s Discontent City

City of Nanaimo’s legal counsel calls tent city disruptive

Application hearing held for Discontent City case

Two-day petition hearing begins July 17

Summer of our Discontent: homeless camp a contentious issue

City of Nanaimo, tent city going to court this week to settle differences

Development permit approved for condo project near Millstone River

Six-storey building planned for Barsby Avenue

Interim CAO looks to bring stability to city management in Nanaimo

Jake Rudolph begins his new position on Monday, July 16

62 affidavits filed in support of Nanaimo’s Discontent City

Hearing will take place July 16-17 at Nanaimo courthouse

Councillors recommend $65K spending to help proposed ocean centre in Nanaimo

Project was discussed during finance and audit committee meeting Wednesday

Lantzville councillor finds missing memory stick

Coun. John Coulson says it was in his bag all along

Nanaimo, Lantzville councillors to talk water during special council meeting

Special in-camera meeting to be held July 13

Business licenses could become reality in Lantzville

Lantzville councillors will vote on implementing business license bylaw

Councillor loses memory stick with sensitive District of Lantzville information

District believes lost memory stick contains four years worth of in-camera minutes

Nanaimo council re-votes and dedicates former water district land for park

Mayor Bill McKay votes against bylaw citing need for affordable housing

Nanaimo council seeks $550K annually from province for homeless drop-in centre

If granted, $400,000 of B.C. government money would go toward staffing costs

B.C. premier John Horgan announces additional $8.6 million for Nanaimo affordable seniors housing project

Six-storey affordable housing project planned for Buttertubs Drive expected to open in 2020

Lantzville losing its only community planner

Frank Limshue resigns as community planner with the District of Lantzville

UPDATED: Nanaimo cold weather shelter opens for the summer, too

First Unitarian Fellowship will provide space for 30 people