Nicholas Pescod

B.C. government commits $1.4 million to restore Nanaimo’s Morden Mine

Restoration work to begin next week at park

Proposed cannabis retail stores moving through City of Nanaimo processes

Public hearing for four proposed cannabis stores set for May 3

Nanaimo councillors move to eliminate five committees

Ideas for new committees or advisory boards pitched by councillors

UPDATE: 20 people displaced by fire at Terminal supportive housing

Incident occurred at Newcastle Place at 5:20 p.m. Monday

Lantzville waterfront property ordered to remove encroaching landscaping

Landscaper says the district had approved the project, but changed its mind recently

Lantzville developers to present conceptual plans for Ware Road

Presentation to take place at special committee of the whole meeting on Saturday

Proposed microbrewery near Maffeo Sutton Park seeks go-ahead

Cliffside Brewing Company would be located at 11 Cliff St. along Terminal Avenue

City of Nanaimo to fence off SARC lot to thwart ‘anti-social behaviour’ on property

SARC’s parking lot often used as a gathering space, staff report says

Cabin proposal for Protection Island put down by city councillors

Councillors reject proposal over environmental concerns

City of Nanaimo to report next week on privacy commissioner recommendations

City clerk says there was interference with FOI requests

Development with more than 200 rental units proposed for Nanaimo’s north end

Three buildings would be located at Uplands and Linley Valley drives

‘Perfect timing:’ Lantzville receiving $100K from province for economic diversification

Money will be used to hire economic development officer

Lantzville to create waterfront park reserve fund

Money from fund will be used for purchase of waterfront parkland in Lantzville

Prime Minister Trudeau comes campaigning in Nanaimo

A day after announcing a May 6 byelection date for Nanaimo-Ladysmith, Justin Trudeau visits city

Case against ex-CAO Samra dropped, ‘no longer in the public interest’

Special prosecutor advises courts he’s dropping the Crown’s case

Case against former Nanaimo CAO Tracy Samra expected to be dropped

B.C. Prosecution Service tells those involved with case that they won’t be required in court

Nanaimo city councillors approve rezoning request for luxury car dealership

GAIN Group proposal for a Subaru and another dealership passes third reading

Nanaimo entering ‘thrilling time’ says mayor in state of the city address

Mayor Leonard Krog believes people are seeing Nanaimo as a place to do business

Editorial: Banning new 737 planes had to be done

Canada joined a host of other nations in implementing some form of a ban

Nanaimo councillors move forward with new governance and priorities committee

GPC meetings to be focused on one or two topics, says councillor