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Co-op fuels up Nanaimo science society

Nanaimo Science and Sustainability Society receives fuel donation from Mid Island Co-op

Dragonboat festival brings ‘guts and glory’ to Nanaimo Harbour

Nanaimo’s first-ever 1,500-metre races added to this year’s schedule of events

Nanaimo invited for city’s Canada Day celebrations at the park

Music, cake, dancers, roving entertainers and zipline will be part of the fun Monday, July 1

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Nanaimo remembers Terry Fox and runs for his cause
Whole community can help with suicide prevention
VIEX now in full swing
Lanterns floated on the lagoon in Nanaimo along with hope for peace

Learn to build a telescope with Nanaimo Astronomy Society

Learn how to build or improve a telescope at the society’s meeting Thursday, June 27

South end heritage celebrated with Miners’ Picnic

27th annual event was held Saturday at Deverill Square Park

JumpStart allows more kids to be active in sports

Canadian Tire, through its JumpStart program, supports PacificSport Vancouver Island

Families meet with Nanaimo firefighters at fire station open house

Nanaimo Fire Rescue public open house at Fire Station No. 4 draws hundreds of children and families

Aboriginal culture to be celebrated in Nanaimo on National Indigenous Peoples Day

Celebrations taking place today, June 21, at Maffeo Sutton Park

Community checks out tons of trucks

Touch a Truck happened at Nanaimo North Town Centre today, June 16

1,000 dogs expected at Nanaimo Kennel Club show

Event takes place June 13-16 at Arbutus Meadows Equestrian Centre in Nanoose Bay

World Oceans Day in Nanaimo includes cleanup and celebration

Event hosted by Snuneymuxw First Nation, City of Nanaimo, Port of Nanaimo

Garden tour takes place this weekend in Nanaimo

Sixth annual Altrusa Garden Tour is this Sunday, June 9

VIDEO: Bears dine on salmon at Vancouver Island hatchery

Courtenay resident Erica Farrell took a drive to the Quinsam River hatchery…

Excavators help cute kid who copied their dig with his toys stay “safe at work”

Carson Carnegie wakes up at 7:00 am every morning to watch construction work on his street

Nanaimo charitable foundation targeting $60K for students in need

Nanaimo-Ladysmith Schools Foundation’s Stock the Lockers campaign goes until Sept. 3

Nanaimo Child Development Centre helps provide adaptable play day for kids

Children with mobility challenges spent Monday on the water and trails at Westwood Lake Park

Nanaimo-wide Reuse Rendezvous taking place

City promotes reuse event to try to keep items out of the landfill

Vancouver Island man recuperating from harrowing grizzly bear attack

‘I could hear the teeth on my bone,’ Colin Dowler recalls