Nicholas Pescod

COLUMN: Adoption doesn’t need to be something to keep hidden

It took me many years to openly discuss this part of my life, says reporter Nicholas Pescod

Affordable project in Nanaimo will give residents a chance at independent living

Vancouver Island Mental Health Society’s 23-unit affordable housing building to open in October

COLUMN: After six years, it’s time for a new adventure

It’s been a privilege to work for the Nanaimo News Bulletin, says reporter Nicholas Pescod

Developer shows off long-term vision for neighbourhood close to Nanaimo’s downtown

Parkshore Projects aims to bring 1,500 units of housing to area around Haliburton Street

‘We don’t have any masks:’ Nanaimo businesses, schools dealing with coronavirus impacts

Vancouver Island University rescheduling planned study abroad trip to China

Nanaimo’s average rent continues to climb, report shows

Average rent for a one-bedroom apartment has increased by 38 per cent since 2014

Nanaimo Airport’s $14-million expanded terminal officially opens

Departure lounge, security and baggage areas improved

Affordable apartments planned for Nanaimo’s Brechin Hill neighbourhood

Proposed development would be near Terminal Park plaza and B.C. Ferries’ Departure Bay terminal

Seven years later, Nanaimo’s animal trapping bylaw still isn’t approved

Animal trapping bylaw requires provincial approval before it can be adopted

City of Nanaimo looks at corporate names for civic facilities

Finance and audit committee recommends approving plan to create policy around facility naming rights

Nanaimo Art Gallery requesting $200,000 to upgrade its downtown space

Councillors supportive of NAG’s plans, but no decision made on increasing financial assistance

Lantzville council adopts policy permitting secondary suites

One councillor who opposed policy calls for ‘suite zones’ in the district instead

Proposed garden at Maffeo Sutton Park goes $186,000 over budget

City of Nanaimo’s finance and audit committee recommends funding the shortfall

Affordable seniors housing complex pitched for Nanaimo’s hospital district

Seafield Crescent complex would include two five-storey buildings

Air Canada will offer direct Nanaimo-to-Toronto flights again this year

Seasonal service will run from June until October

130-unit residential development planned for Nanaimo’s Quarterway area

Complex at 200 Hansen Rd. would consist of multiple apartment and townhouse buildings

Consultant’s report sheds light on ‘very difficult’ era at Nanaimo city hall

Cuff report from 2019, obtained via FOI, highlights concerns expressed by city employees

Lantzville looking to replace 15-year-old zoning bylaw with a brand-new one

District to hold public hearing on proposed zoning bylaw in late February

Nanaimo city council updates drug addiction treatment facility bylaw

Medical office zoning bylaw moves forward, council keeps zoning control over supervised consumption