Editorials

EDITORIAL: B.C. Liberal Party renewal benefits province

A B.C. Liberal party with leadership and direction is in the interest of all British Columbians

Editorial: Enable kids to be brilliant

Back to school is an opportunity to begin anew

Editorial: Ferry lineups harm tourism

Friday and Sunday lineups seem to be forming earlier and extending later

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Pickup crashes into lamppost on Bowen Road
A tour of Nanaimo Unique Kids Organization's new location
Pilot calculates worth of Nanaimo's Buttertubs Marsh
Nanaimo Airport breaks ground on terminal expansion project

Beefs & Bouquets, Aug. 17

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  • Aug 17th, 2017

Editorial: Gather at the fairgrounds for VIEX

This year is the 123rd Vancouver Island Exhibition, with the event taking place Aug. 18-20

Debate of national anthem lyrics is ‘moot’

Making the lyrics more inclusive does not reject tradition, but respects it

Editorial: Petition about accountability

A couple hundred Nanaimo residents wish to give city council an ultimatum to shape up or ship out

Editorial: Honour B.C. this weekend

British Columbia isn’t perfect, but there’s no place we’d rather be

Editorial: Park will keep its character

Expanding Colliery Dam Park ended up being an easy enough decision for Nanaimo city council

Editorial: Keep calm and tub on

We hope everyone takes the opportunity to hop in and have some fun at Nanaimo’s Bathtub weekend

Editorial: Boost turnout for byelection

It’s just one seat on a nine-member council, but it’s important enough that every citizen should vote

Editorial: It shouldn’t be politics as usual in B.C.

An incoming government needs to take care that it’s as representative as voters seemed to want

Editorial: Canadian spirit is evident

For the nation’s 150th, this July 1 is going to be a bigger deal across the country

Editorial: Nanaimo grads make us proud

Another class of graduates is finishing secondary school in Nanaimo.

Editorial: Affordability will drive votes

Candidates need to get people to the polls, and raising issues around affordable housing is one way

  • Jun 22nd, 2017

Editorial: School libraries need stocking

As school boards try to manage budget challenges, library bookshelves don’t always get prioritized.

Editorial: City can agree on walkway

The waterfront walkway is highly valued by citizens

Editorial: Marine Fest now Marine Month, and why stop there?

Next month and in subsequent summers, Nanaimo can really make the most of festival season

Editorial: Byelection one to watch

A few thousand votes divided 13 ways could mean slim margins at the ballot box

Editorial: Byelection is a refresher

This summer’s byelection will be a midterm vote of sorts in Nanaimo