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20 pails of oil stolen from Nanaimo business

Break-and-enter happened at Brandt Tractor Ltd. sometime overnight on Nov. 2

Canadian travellers can now bring small knives onto airplanes

Transport Canada updates carry-on luggage rules to permit small knives onboard aircraft

Nanaimo could become oil spill response hub
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PHOTOS: Hot Cross Bunnies cyclocross race goes in Nanaimo
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The Great Nanaimo Toy Drive kicks off 2017 campaign
    What Remembrance Day means to Nanaimo residents

      UPDATE: New Clippers owner has a signed agreement to keep the team in Nanaimo

      Wes Mussio, a lawyer and businessman from Vancouver, is the junior A hockey team’s new owner

      Concerns about possible asbestos delays demolition at Malaspina Gardens

      WorkSafe B.C. slapped a stop work order on the former seniors residence on Machleary Street

      VIDEO: Nanaimo woman surprised by deer’s fence-jumping fail

      Natasha Mickey posted deer-bailing incident to Facebook

      Nanaimo public engagement task force launches pilot program

      Program will discuss public’s priorities for city’s future

      ICF officials to meet transportation minister on railway project

      Group wants clarity from new government on railway plans

      Nanaimo chef wins bronze at culinary contest

      Chefs competed at Gold Medal Plates competition in Victoria last month

      REMEMBRANCE DAY: War years put into words

      Authors recount true and fictional stories from the Second World War

      Tax exemption approved, hotel project moves forward

      Nanaimo city council approved a 10-year tax exemption for a hotel project downtown

      Nanaimo students get lessons in remembrance

      Chase River Elementary to hold a Remembrance Day ceremony with music, wreaths and banners

      Snuneymuxw slam first meeting with new port authority CEO

      Snuneymuxw First Nation dissatisfied following first meeting with new port authority CEO

      Multiple bike thefts reported at VIU

      Two men believed responsible for recent Vancouver Island University bike thefts

      Nanoose Bay sledgehammer assault leads to end of theft spree

      64-year-old wrestles female assailant to ground after being struck in eye

      • Nov 8th, 2017

      Nanaimo hosts meeting on $15 minimum wage

      Government seeks input on path to minimum wage increase

      Constitutional challenge in polygamy case delayed

      Legal process for fundamentalist Mormon leader found guilty of polygamy grinds to a halt.