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City reaches deal with Seaspan on south downtown waterfront land

City of Nanaimo purchases right-of-way for nearly $1 million

City of Nanaimo putting pot shop rules in place

Council expected to adopt cannabis production and sale bylaw at Oct. 1 meeting

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Shots fired at home near downtown Nanaimo
Dying motorcyclist gets last-ride tribute at Nanaimo hospital
Vancouver Island University showcases $64 million in new facilities at Nanaimo campus
Mayoral candidates debate their visions for leadership in Nanaimo

Vancouver Island designated as foreign trade zone

NANAIMO - Trade zone designation simplifies importing and exporting and provides duty relief

Paving complete, lines coming to the Malahat this week

$34 million safety project is 95 per cent complete with hope to relieve traffic congestion between Victoria and Nanaimo

  • Sep 21st, 2018

Get ready for a week of sunshine across Vancouver Island

Environment Canada is forecasting temperatures in the high teens all this week

School district to look into busing limitations in Lantzville

School bus routes consolidated for efficiency, but parents communicate concerns

United Way, with public’s support, willing to tackle challenging issues

Minister shares stories during Nanaimo event to launch United Way fundraising campaign

RDN director says filming of ‘Sonic’ caused disruption

Veenhof wants regional district to have filming permits in future

City hopes traffic light ‘green wave’ will decrease delays on Bowen

Traffic signal co-ordination plan aims to keep motorists moving along

Car knocks down lamp post in Front Street crash

No one hurt in Saturday afternoon crash in front of Nanaimo-to-Gabriola ferry terminal

Parksville-area graffiti tagger arrested by RCMP

Existing court conditions required that suspect not be in possession of graffiti-making material

Seeing double, the trials and tribulations of twins

BIG READ: Three Vancouver Island mothers share their experiences with multiple births

Downtown Nanaimo hotel project moving forward

PEG Development submitted an updated permit application for a proposed hotel at 100 Gordon St.

UPDATED: Discontent City expecting decision on injunction today

Lawyer representing individuals involved with homeless camp says he’ll be advised of judgment

Risk of thunderstorm this afternoon for Vancouver Island and Lower Mainland

A special weather statement calls for heavy rain and wind over the next 48 hours

Man who defrauded Nanaimo senior out of $80K sentenced to jail

Rodney Bradford Johnston, 48, cheated two men out of more than $87,000