Nicholas Pescod

Lantzville council approves financial plan, property tax increase of 5.6-per cent

Councillors to vote in the new year on motion to lower property tax increase

Czech Republic team holds first practice in Nanaimo ahead of World Juniors

Czechs will play pre-tournament game against Slovakia on Dec. 19 at Frank Crane Arena

Lantzville councillors give themselves 45-per cent pay raise

Council pay increase to take effect in 2019

Supportive housing in Nanaimo isn’t a victory for homeless people, say advocates

Alliance Against Displacement criticizes how shutdown of Discontent City was handled

Majority of Nanaimo’s Discontent City residents moved into supportive housing sites

A few spaces remain at Terminal Avenue and Labieux Road locations

High-tech Lantzville bus shelter nearing completion

Volunteer-driven bus shelter project will have lights, digital photo gallery and more

Ex-CAO Tracy Samra lodges human rights complaint against City of Nanaimo

City, former mayor Bill McKay confirm complaint has been made

Investigation taking place into alleged secret recordings at Lantzville District Hall

Two staff members recorded without their knowledge, sources say

City of Nanaimo begins shutdown of Discontent City

Nanaimo RCMP at Port Drive site, but don’t expect issues

Residents expected to move into Labieux Road supportive housing this week

B.C. Housing and Pacifica Housing lead tour of Nanaimo site

Lantzville residents facing 5.6-per cent property tax increase

Council approves first three readings of 2019-2023 financial plan

Nanaimo hospital will get a new $34-million intensive care unit

B.C. government made announcement this morning

Lantzville isn’t certain its fire hall can stay where it is indefinitely

Councillor raises question around municipal fire station situated on provincial land

Fired Nanaimo CAO’s peace bond hearing won’t be until the new year

Tracy Samra’s three-day hearing scheduled for March 27 in B.C. provincial court in Nanaimo

B.C. Housing working to meet timelines on temporary supportive housing in Nanaimo

Construction, co-ordination of services and planning for public process all happening now

Former city councillor ordered by Supreme Court to delete leaked documents

Gord Fuller and two other individuals must remove documents from social media platforms

Nanaimo woman takes legal action against temporary supportive housing

Supportive housing on Terminal Avenue shouldn’t be exempt from city bylaws, lawsuit claims

Dog psychic can help people better connect with their pets

Michele Wonnacott hosts one-day seminar in Nanaimo on Saturday, Nov. 17

Last-place mayoral candidate who asked for recount says he’ll run in byelection

Ray Farmere says he wants to become Nanaimo’s next MLA

Nanaimo reflects, remembers 100 years after First World War ended

Thousands attend Remembrance Day ceremony in downtown Nanaimo