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De Jong talks jobs and economy leading up to debate in Nanaimo

B.C. Liberal leadership candidates will be at the conference centre Sunday, Nov. 19

Nanaimo man has Captain America wallet stolen

The theft happened Nov. 5 at about 5 a.m., noted an unsolved crimes report provided by Nanaimo RCMP

The Great Nanaimo Toy Drive kicks off 2017 campaign
    What Remembrance Day means to Nanaimo residents
      Remembrance Day 2017: Nanaimo remembers war veterans
        Deer doesn't quite clear fence

          Storm forces ferry to be re-routed

          The ferry corporation cancelled two scheduled sailings in and out of Tsawwassen on Tuesday night

          PHOTOS: Nanaimo remembers war vets on Remembrance Day

          Sights and sounds from today’s City of Nanaimo Remembrance Day ceremony.

          Protection service officer at Cowichan Hospital gets award for handling man with knife

          Charles Kraeling honoured for his heroic actions at the health facility during an incident in July.

          RDN seeking animal control service provider

          Regional District of Nanaimo request for quotes for animal control closes Nov. 15.

          Vancouver Island loses its last logging train

          Western Forest Products closes Englewood Train operation and will make the switch to transport via roads.

          VIDEO: Camera records brazen daylight theft of parcel

          Langley family releases surveillance footage to alert others

          Economic committee takes off in Lantzville

          Committee to focus on economic and brand development for Lantzville

          Draft plan presented for Nanaimo’s waterfront walkway

          Five sections, including $3.4M Cilaire segment, identified as ‘quick wins’

          New Clippers owners officially introduced

          Wes and Penny Mussio of Vancouver are the new majority owners of the Nanaimo’s BCHL club

          Report says Nanaimo hospital ‘failing significantly’ in managing people

          Island Health official calls report very damaging and damning

          Thieves steal batteries worth $14,000 from rail company

          Southern Railway, located on Tenth Street, had a break-in sometime overnight on Wednesday, Nov. 8

          REMEMBRANCE DAY: Keeping an eye on the coast

          Nanaimo’s Gord Buch served in the Royal Canadian Navy in the post-war years

          REMEMBRANCE DAY: Dieppe declassified

          Museum exhibit reveals truth about ill-fated Second World War mission

          Coun. Brennan chosen as Nanaimo’s newest RDN representative

          Eight of nine city councillors now sit on regional district board

          Remembrance Day will be observed around city

          War veterans and others will have numerous places to gather and give remembrance on Nov. 11