Nicholas Pescod

Lantzville councillor Geselbracht aims for re-election

Will Geselbracht ‘provoked’ to run again

Former Nanaimo senior manager says he was fired for not ‘covering up’ CAO’s spending

Brad McRae files notice of civil claim with Supreme Court of B.C.

Discontent City costs exceed $100,000

City of Nanaimo estimates do not include legal fees or policing costs

Nanaimo’s affordable housing crunch squeezes university students

Vancouver Island University’s challenges with student housing were discussed at a forum this week

Incumbent wants to bring her experience back to Lantzville council

Dot Neary seeking re-election in Oct. 20 municipal election

City reaches deal with Seaspan on south downtown waterfront land

City of Nanaimo purchases right-of-way for nearly $1 million

Lantzville councillor Swain hoping to become mayor

Mark Swain wants to ensure development follows the official community plan

United Way, with public’s support, willing to tackle challenging issues

Minister shares stories during Nanaimo event to launch United Way fundraising campaign

Supreme Court grants injunction against Nanaimo’s Discontent City

Justice Ronald Skolrood’s decision released this morning

Nanaimo woman envisions Vancouver Island’s first cat café

Business idea still in early planning stages

UPDATED: Discontent City expecting decision on injunction today

Lawyer representing individuals involved with homeless camp says he’ll be advised of judgment

Downtown Nanaimo hotel project moving forward

PEG Development submitted an updated permit application for a proposed hotel at 100 Gordon St.

Nanaimo’s Boxwood Road to get temporary traffic-calming measures

Staff still looking at best ways to slow down traffic on connector

District of Lantzville adopts new logo

Logo features sea glass in shape of wave and the slogan ‘Love life here’

Attorney general takes Nanaimo councillor to court over release of confidential documents

Coun. Gord Fuller and three other Nanaimo citizens named in Supreme Court petition

Nanaimo councillor Hong seeks re-election, says there’s more work to do

Coun. Jerry Hong will put his name forward for Oct. 20 municipal election

Second provincial fire safety order issued against Discontent City

Nanaimo mayor calls on province for help

Discontent City mulls expansion, cites growing population

More people coming into camp due to direction from Nanaimo RCMP, claim advocates

Nanaimo councillors amend water deal after repeated requests from Lantzville councillors

Lantzville councillor calls decision a ‘game changer’ for the community

Lantzville councillor Colclough wants to become mayor

Bob Colclough aims for open, collaborative municipal government