Nicholas Pescod

B.C. Premier says speculation tax won’t impact most Lantzville residents

Lantzville requesting exemption from speculation and vacancy tax

Nanaimo voters were engaged in byelection, says professor

General election in B.C. unlikely to be called anytime soon, according to UVic professor

Lantzville asking for speculation tax exemption from B.C. government

Lantzville has been included in the speculation tax since the beginning

More than 9,000 people have already voted in the Nanaimo byelection

Rising advance voting numbers are a trend, says University of Victoria professor

Nanaimo Airport soars past Comox to become second-busiest airport on the Island

Air Canada Rouge to resume seasonal non-stop service between Nanaimo and Toronto this summer

Nanaimo RCMP say busts and arrests will have an impact on organized crime

Over $350,000 worth of drugs seized by police after busts in Nanaimo, Vancouver and Richmond

Nanaimo temporary supportive housing sites won’t be labelled nuisance properties

Coun. Sheryl Armstrong’s motion for a staff report on the topic rejected at council meeting

Nanaimo council votes on what could be city’s first legal marijuana store

Council passes first two readings of rezoning application for the Bud Barn at 111 Nicol St.

OPINION: Poorly implemented speculation tax could have been a political win for NDP

Important questions remain unanswered, says columnist

Nanaimo man dies in rollover crash in Brechin Hill area

Medical emergency suspected in incident Saturday on Poplar Street

Nanaimo city councillors to eliminate committee of the whole meetings

COW meetings would be replaced with new committee

Seniors’ living facility pitched near Nanaimo’s Long Lake

Proposed 160-unit seniors’ development would be built at 4979 Wills Rd.

City of Nanaimo wants to examine child care availability

Council votes to apply for provincial grant, but not all members of council agree

Nanaimo council concerned about Terminal Avenue supportive housing project

Residents point to a lack of safety and security in the neighbourhood

Nanaimo council supports borrowing $4.6M for Port Theatre expansion

City councillors pass first three readings of borrowing bylaw

Vancouver Island University shows off new fish health lab

Provincially funded Centre for Innovation in Fish Health unique in B.C.

British Columbians need more freedom, says Nanaimo byelection candidate

B.C. Libertarian Party, including candidate Bill Walker, to rally downtown today, Jan. 12

PM won’t announce federal byelection in Nanaimo until after provincial byelection

Prime Minister’s Office says PM wants to avoid confusion

Lantzville receives nearly 300 hectares of parkland from developer

Parkland donated as part of Foothills development agreement