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Children between 6 and 9 eligible for $1,200 RESP grant from province

BC Ministry of Education is reminding residents to apply before the deadline

NEB approves operating pressure increase to repaired Enbridge pipeline

The pipeline burst outside of Prince George on Oct. 9, now operating at 85 per cent

Nanaimo transit riders being asked for their feedback

RDN Transit will host open houses starting Nov. 26 regarding plans for south Nanaimo routes

A cuddle and a coffee: Six Island towns named among Canada’s most cozy

Sidney, Campbell River, Courtenay, Parksville, Tofino and Ucluelet crack Expedia’s top 40

Deer carcasses don’t belong in green bins, says city

City of Nanaimo reminds residents that fur isn’t compostable

B.C. Housing working to meet timelines on temporary supportive housing in Nanaimo

Construction, co-ordination of services and planning for public process all happening now

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Skating for seniors beneficial says Nanaimo parks and rec
Tony Harris tabbed to represent B.C. Liberal Party in Nanaimo byelection
Nanaimo art teacher and students 'bowling' towards fundraising dinner
Semi truck tips over, spills scrap steel

VIU Students’ Union trying to get out the youth vote for proportional rep

Measures taken to try to make sure students can access referendum ballots

Missing hikers on Quadra pull search teams from all over the Island

Two women, aged 69 and 70, did not return from what was supposed to be an hour-long walk Wednesday

Nanaimo Aquatic Centre was shut down last night after near drowning

Lifeguards pull unconscious woman from pool, perform CPR

Great Nanaimo Toy Drive begins its campaign leading up to Christmas

The 36th Great Nanaimo Toy Drive will make sure children have presents on Christmas morning

Former city councillor ordered by Supreme Court to delete leaked documents

Gord Fuller and two other individuals must remove documents from social media platforms

Nanaimo woman takes legal action against temporary supportive housing

Supportive housing on Terminal Avenue shouldn’t be exempt from city bylaws, lawsuit claims

Discontent City shrinks as plans proceed for camp’s closure

City moves tents, erects new fences as part of preparations to phase out homeless camp

Cowichan school district defends lack of notice to parents following elementary student arrest

Officials with School District 79 stand by their decision not to send out an alert.

Government looks for public input on Cathedral Grove safety concerns

Port Alberni, Parksville info sessions invite public to help ‘shape future access’

  • Nov 14, 2018

Cassidy home lost to fire, but family and 14 dogs are safe

Firefighters were called to a blaze Wednesday morning at house near Nanaimo Airport

Nanoose Bay teen aims to build a bionic arm

Prosthetic prototype project latest in high school student’s math and tech ambitions

Nanaimo’s Thorpe chosen chairman of RDN board

Ian Thorpe elected to position at inaugural meeting of the new Regional District of Nanaimo board