Community

St. Mary’s Church to celebrate 30 years with community dinner

Originally built in Errington in 1925, church has been in Nanoose Bay for 30 years

  • Jan 24, 2020

Robbie Burns Day recognized with bagpipes and haggis

Nanaimo celebrates life and works of 18th-century poet

Lantzville therapeutic riding association hoping for a rise of side walkers

Volunteer Nanaimo sharing information about opportunities

Credit union puts kids first with $10K donation

Coastal Community Credit Union supports Children’s Health Foundation of Vancouver Island

Nanaimo Highland dancers will put best feet forward to help during Australia wildfires

Brigadoon Dance Academy hosting Fling for Fire this Saturday, Jan. 11

Personal stories can help address stigma around dementia

Open house in Nanaimo part of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

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Nanaimo groups hosting Christmas tree disposal fundraisers
Overdose Prevention Resource Guide is here
What would you do if you missed out on $1-million dollars?
Canadian Tire replaces stolen toys for Salvation Army

City of Nanaimo’s New Year’s Eve bash will be a blockbuster

Revellers invited to get into character at movie-themed party at Beban Park social centre

Nanaimo’s bold swimmers will brave the waves on Boxing Day

Beach fire, live music and prizes at 60th annual Frank Ney Memorial Polar Bear Swim

Nanaimo students hope coins at Christmas make positive change for less fortunate

Students at Pleasant Valley Elementary contribute to Coins for Kids

Coins converted to Christmas toys

Coins for Kids raising cash for Great Nanaimo Toy Drive, Boys and Girls Clubs

Coats for Christmas organizes collection events at Maffeo Sutton Park

Youth-led charity drive takes place Friday, Dec. 6, and Sunday, Dec. 8

Give and Go donation drive for holiday charities happens this week

Food, clothes and cash sought at drive-thru donation drive Friday evening at Steve Marshall Ford

Coins can add up to a merrier Christmas for kids

News Bulletin’s Coins for Kids campaign now underway

RCMP Victim Services cashes in on shredding

Document shredding event raises more than $1,400 for victim services

VIU hopes Giving Tuesday efforts can make education more accessible

VIU Foundation asking community to help fund scholarships and bursaries

NDSS students give back to community with Empty Bowl fundraiser

Dinner goes Thursday, Dec. 5 at NDSS; participants get a meal and keepsake bowl

Donations of food, money and time needed for Nanaimo Christmas hampers

Loaves and Fishes Community Food Bank Hamperville campaign underway

Salvation Army in dire need of volunteers for Christmas Kettle Campaign

Campaign needs 7,200 volunteer hours to man kettle shifts from Nanaimo to Ladysmith

Kris Kringle Craft Market brings holiday magic to Nanaimo

Unique crafts, artisan, roving entertainment and Kris Kringle himself at Beban Park this weekend