Life

Story of struggle and survival conveyed through theatre

NANAIMO – Anatolia Speaks is a fictional account of a Canadian immigrant sharing a refugee past

Twisted tale

NANAIMO - Crimson Coast Dance Society presents Twisted: Solo and Meridian at Malaspina Theatre Saturday (May 11).

Activism lauded at film festival

The seventh annual Nanaimo Global Film Festival features stories about people who are re-inventing their world and their future.

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The art of Tenkara, Japanese fishing
The art of the bow and arrow
What was your best car?

Nanaimo’s Feastival celebrates Vancouver Island’s culinary culture

NANAIMO - Feastival, an annual culinary festival, showcases Vancouver Island's culinary landscape.

City of Nanaimo installs temporary art downtown

NANAIMO - The City of Nanaimo installed several art pieces during Public Art Week, May 16-20.

  • May 24th, 2016

Nanaimo can help lead country toward zero waste

NANAIMO – Reclaiming materials one way to reduce amount of garbage going to landfill.

Nanaimo director Jeff James Monson creates independent film about friendship and betrayal

NANAIMO - Nanaimo director Jeff James Monson creates independent full-length film The Ol' Amity Blues.

Comeback kid

Fefe Dobson returns with a hot single from a new album and
a cross-country tour

Film explores wild world

Nanaimo - Fringe Flick series continues with Beasts of the Southern Wild.

Dementia patients delaying treatment

Nanaimo residents living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias aren’t seeking treatment soon enough.

Safety main priority for sailors

NANAIMO – Black Press Van Isle 360 rules include mandatory safety checks.

Website firm has high-end designs on downtown

NANAIMO – Downtown landmark gets multimillion dollar makeover from website design firm.

Park partners play pivotal role

Community members working to enhance city's green spaces.

Boomers risk tarnished golden years

NANAIMO – Without immediate action, baby boomers may spend their last years in sickness, disability and immobility.

COASTAL LIVING: Public opinion prevented past incinerators

NANAIMO – Recycling should be first priority in solid waste plans.

B.C. prepares for great shake out

On Jan. 26, 2011 a locally driven, provincewide ‘Drop, Cover, and Hold On’ drill will take place called The Great British Columbia ShakeOut.

  • Jan 21st, 2011

HEALTHY YOU – Trainers focus on client

NANAIMO – A personal trainer assesses the body mechanics of each client and designs a program to help meet the person’s fitness goals.

  • Jan 24th, 2013