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Leonard Krog steps down as MLA of Nanaimo

Nanaimo mayor anticipates byelection call sometime in January

Protest staged against owner of downtown Nanaimo cafe

Aladdin’s Cafe scene of small protest after owner receives “weak” sentence for sexual interference

Vancouver Island communities top voter participation in electoral referendum

Parksville-Qualicum, Saanich North and the Islands, Oak Bay-Gordon Head cast most ballots

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Coast Bastion Hotel workers hold 24-hour strike in Nanaimo
Nanaimo woman tackles break and enter suspect
Snuneymuxw elders 'scared' of potential impacts of pipeline expansion
Fisheries officers train to save whales in Nanaimo

Commercial fishing is Canada’s most dangerous job, report states

Senate Committee on Fisheries and Oceans gives recommendations to improve safety for fish harvesters

Ladysmith ready to flick switch on 31st Festival of Lights celebration

Santa arrives downtown at 6:30 p.m to officially light up town

Hospital foundation launches $1.8-million campaign for cardiac care

New equipment and working spaces will boost cardiac patient care in Nanaimo and Parksville

Lotto 6/49 ticket purchased in Nanaimo is a $20-million winner

Lottery player won $19,813,534 in Wednesday night’s draw

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Violent toys and games aren’t great stocking stuffers

Letter writer disturbed by the number of violent toys and games that are being marketed

  • Nov 28, 2018

Residents expected to move into Labieux Road supportive housing this week

B.C. Housing and Pacifica Housing lead tour of Nanaimo site

B.C. ferry workers’ union fights for right to strike

Union in Vancouver Nov. 27-28 for B.C. Supreme Court hearing

New emergency shelter opening at Nanaimo church

35-bed shelter for men and women to open this weekend at St. Peter’s Church

North Cowichan considers banning firearms in two busy park areas

Municipality concerned about conflicts between recreational users and hunters

Nanaimo RCMP sic police dog on two prolific offenders

Jager and RCMP handler help with arrest early Saturday in south Nanaimo

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public School trustees receive school assignments

Each school in the district will have a go-to trustee for the 2018-19 school year

Port of Nanaimo presents plans for marina redesign

Port completes plans for boat basin, asks federal government for $15 million to build it

Royal Canadian Legion places Branch 10 Harewood under temporary trusteeship

RCMP investigating financial irregularities, Legion says

Frank Ney’s daughter one of two hopefuls seeking B.C. Green nomination

Michele Ney and Duane Nickull put their names forward to try to represent Green Party in byelection

UPDATE: Police find car stolen from Nanaimo home invasion victims

Nanaimo RCMP examining car stolen from Garner Crescent home invasion victims