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NANAIMO – Educating community against intolerance, moving on from incident high on agenda.
NANAIMO – Bill C-380 was defeated after a 143-138 vote in the House of Commons Wednesday.
NANAIMO – Trees to be removed to study characteristics of species, create higher value wood.
Approval would have seen Island residential gas customers pay up to 25 per cent less for natural gas service.
NANAIMO – $5 million over cost mostly part of water treatment process.
NANAIMO – Public, local stakeholders begin work to develop official plan.
Portion of Wellcox rail yard scheduled to transfer to city on March 31.
Council fields questions live from the public through social media, phone and in-person.
NANAIMO – Petition part of an effort to have Nanaimo-Alberni MP James Lunney change his mind on Bill C-380.
NANAIMO – If you want to share your life with a dog, start by giving one a second chance by searching rescue associations and shelters.
NANAIMO – Kamloops mayor has to wear Nanaimo Clippers jersey during council meeting as part of friendly wager.
NANAIMO – City council votes to use 2.5 million surplus from last year's budget to partially fund removal of two dams at Colliery Dam Park.
NANAIMO – Municipalities will get more money, planning time and flexibility for infrastructure spending
NANAIMO – Provincial tax will be seven per cent on most items when changeover starts on April 1.
NANAIMO – Linley Valley developer says environment and ecosystems will be respected, will work within zoning regulations.
NANAIMO – Losing mayor will have to don jersey from other city's hockey team.
NANAIMO – In-house parking enforcement downtown begins Monday
NANAIMO – Council approves $160,000 renovation, but stops short of committing full $800,000.
NANAIMO – Citizens will have a variety of ways to address council over budget issues March 25.
NANAIMO – James Lunney says he abhors shark finning but has technical issues with proposed legislation.