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Video: Meet Pacu, the Shuswap’s largest and oldest pet fish

Relative of the piranha draws new visitors every year

Donation helps cover kids’ sports seasons

Mid Island Co-op presents cheque to KidSport Nanaimo

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Canucks alumni score for Nanaimo food bank
Model trains are on track at Nanaimo show
Run raising funds and PTSD awareness passes through Nanaimo
What would you do if you missed out on $1-million dollars?

Astronaut’s visit uplifts B.C. community still reeling from wildfires

Chris Hadfield joins field-research team in Telegraph Creek

Vancouver Island weather forecast shows serious signs of spring

Sunshine and temperatures in the mid-teens expected Sunday and Monday

Nude bungy jumpers stretch annual Vancouver Island event to record heights

More than 100 take the plunge for the BC Schizophrenia Society at WildPlay Nanaimo

Parksville student’s unique prom proposal was a ‘shoe-in’

Girl comes up with Croc-solid plan to ask longtime friend to event

Tofino to ban plastic bags, set minimum charge for paper and reusable bags

Town says minimum pricing aims to avoid excessive rebound to paper and reusable bags

Stolen hamburger returned to B.C. restaurant with side of shame

Misunderstanding leads to removal of sizable ornamental sandwich

B.C. First Nations youth ready to sing during International Women’s Day

Group requested to peform their song ‘Worthy’ during New Westminster event

Crime Stoppers Shredding Day fundraiser returns

Document shredding by donation takes place Saturday, March 2, at Save-On-Foods Brooks Landing

Nanaimo’s gardeners can get their seeds sorted out at Seedy Sunday

Seed exchange and gardening fair is Sunday, March 3 at Nanaimo District Secondary

A few days left to enter Photo Salon competition

Harbour City Photography Club’s Photo Salon entry deadline is Thursday, Feb. 28

Unplowed Roads parody song destined to be a classic

Move over Weird Al, Island elementary students on the same level

Lost a ring? This B.C. man will find it for you

Chris Turner founded The Ring Finders, an international directory of metal detector hobbyists

Genealogy exploration can uncover unexpected connections

Kathy Jones will present Beginning with Genealogy as first ElderCollege talk Feb. 23 in Nanoose

Nanaimo elementary school students celebrate Lunar New Year

Chinese and Korean students and parents observe traditions at Randerson Ridge

Blind B.C. artist uses fingers for creative vision

Shuswap art studio helps people with special needs express themselves

Nanaimo Ecumenical Centre celebrating 40th anniversary

Catholic and United churches opened Trinity Ecumenical in 1979