Nicholas Pescod

Discontent City residents confused about City of Nanaimo’s plans on eve of injunction

Lawyer representing camp supporters has asked that transition period be extended

Tent city supporter says City of Nanaimo plans to dismantle camp on Friday

Alliance Against Displacement and Discontent City claim evictions will happen

15-25 bikes intended for those in need stolen in Nanaimo

Bicycles were part of Bikes for Kids program

Former Lantzville councillor wants to return to the table

Former three-term councillor Doug Parkhurst wants to rejoin Lantzville council

No more government-assisted refugees expected to arrive in Nanaimo

65 government-assisted refugees came to Nanaimo between 2015 and 2018

Discontent City campers break into empty elementary for ‘Schoolhouse Squat’

NANAIMO – Homeless camp residents and supporters announce they’ve ‘claimed’ Rutherford School

B.C. government providing temporary housing units to Nanaimo’s homeless

170 units will be provided, split between Labieux Road and Terminal Avenue locations

Council candidate says she would listen to Lantzville’s wishes

Karen Proctor is running for a seat on District of Lantzville council in the upcoming election

Nanaimo’s Soldiers of Odin council candidate opposes school sit-in

Residents gather outside Rutherford elementary to express concerns about ‘Schoolhouse Squat’

Candidate wants to join Lantzville council as a way to serve his community

Jamie Wilson on the ballot for District of Lantzville council

Nanaimo councillors agree to spend $300,000 on increased downtown services

Costs are linked with the impending closure of Discontent City

Nanaimo city councillors vote against changes to senior management contracts

Changes would have capped the number of sick days that can be banked

Lantzville adopts economic development plan

Document states aim to revitalize village core, attract new businesses

Lantzville councillor Geselbracht aims for re-election

Will Geselbracht ‘provoked’ to run again

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