Toby Gorman

Parksville-Qualicum: Life experience gives Liberal candidate inside look at B.C. issues

Michelle Stilwell used to being in races, and winning.

Parksville-Qualicum: NDP candidate will draw on municipal government experience

Barry Avis equipped to handle the issues in the provincial legislature.

Parksville-Qualicum: Conservative believes province needs strong, trustworthy government

David Coupland feels B.C. can be both an environmental and economic superpower.

Fate of Colliery dams in council’s hands

NANAIMO – Dam removal remains the least expensive alternative

Bikers ride to raise awareness about motorcycle safety

NANAIMO – More than 250 riders expected to participate in inaugural Motorcycle Memorial Ride.

Seniors population key to health care

NANAIMO – Aging population on Vancouver Island means more pressure on services throughout the region

Nurses say new model will result in less patient care

NANAIMO – Care units will have more care aides, less licensed practical and registered nurses.

Water audit reveals demand in downward trend

NANAIMO – City’s first water consumption audit shows more can be done to prevent revenue loss.

Growth of medicinal marijuana to be permitted in new bylaw amendment

Effective next April, product can be grown in industrial zone.

Council passes first three readings of new BIA bylaw

NANAIMO – Minimum tax lowered for smaller properties, city to continue matching grant.

Councillor proposes late cuts to budget

NANAIMO – Last minute proposal calls for $2.2 million in reductions, includes reducing base salaries for staff, council.

Nanaimo couple get glimpse behind North Korean lines

NANAIMO – Tour of North Korea reveals stunning geography, interesting people and no shortage of food.

City adds buildings to heritage register

Nanaimo city council approved the addition of four buildings and one site…

COLUMN: No city prospers without investment

NANAIMO – What will the Harbour City look like 20 years from now?

Clark cruises through Nanaimo on central Island tour

Nanaimo bars, resource sector and B.C. Ferries top list of topics.

Training needed for rebounding forest industry

NANAIMO – Executive director of Truck Loggers Association on Island tour to promote economic benefits and skills training.

Chamber to host business forum for Nanaimo election candidates

B.C. Ferries, carbon tax and natural gas rates just a few of the issues likely to be discussed.

City leading attack on invasive plants

NANAIMO – There are aliens living among us, and the city's parks and recreation department has a plan to get rid of them.

Doctor says ER in a state of emergency

NANAIMO – Staff burn out, inadequate patient care taking its toll due to doctor shortage.

Port Theatre bounces back from deficit with surplus in 2012

NANAIMO - Co-management agreement signed between Port Theatre, city last year proving to be successful.