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Police remind Vancouver Island of the rules governing off-road vehicles

ATVs and similar vehicles should be registered and need permission to use private lands

  • Apr 9, 2019

Candidate putting progressive conservative principles on the ballot in Nanaimo-Ladysmith

Brian Marlatt running for the Progressive Canadian Party in May 6 federal byelection

Nanaimo RCMP setting up task force to focus on Terminal and Labieux areas

RCMP superintendent says police have a chance to reduce crime which is ‘plateauing’

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Two cats die in house fire in Nanaimo
Car towed from ditch after accident on Nanaimo highway
City of Nanaimo creates new task force on homelessness
Police chase ends on Nanaimo Parkway

UPDATE: 20 people displaced by fire at Terminal supportive housing

Incident occurred at Newcastle Place at 5:20 p.m. Monday

Nanaimo projects impress judges at commercial building awards

Nanaimo buildings won multiple Vancouver Island Real Estate Board awards last week

Occupant escapes injury in Parksville house fire

Blaze at a carriage house April 4 not considered suspicious

Vancouver Island’s fog zone fades into the horizon

Coastal Fire Centre abandoning practice of keeping north and west coast separate in fire bans

Lantzville waterfront property ordered to remove encroaching landscaping

Landscaper says the district had approved the project, but changed its mind recently

Greens see climate as central issue in Nanaimo-Ladysmith byelection

Candidate Paul Manly and leader Elizabeth May hosted a town hall meeting Saturday at Beban Park

Wind warning issued for Nanaimo, east Vancouver Island

Environment Canada warns winds may rise to 70 km/h, 90 km/h near the water

Gabriola Elementary getting $105K for accessible playground

Nanaimo Ladysmith district school seeing money from B.C. government

Lantzville developers to present conceptual plans for Ware Road

Presentation to take place at special committee of the whole meeting on Saturday

Advocates rally in support of Stone Soup in Nanaimo

People march to Nanaimo city hall on April 5 to support volunteer-run meal program

Two taken to hospital after highway crash in south Nanaimo

Traffic moving in both directions around accident scene near Haliburton Street

Nanaimo woman represents riding as part of gender-equality initiative

Ruby Barclay spoke in the Senate this week during Daughters of the Vote

Port Alice mail bomb case closed says Yukon RCMP

RCMP rules Leon Nepper was the only person involved in the mailing of a bomb to his brother.

Slaying dragons: getting inside the minds of climate change skeptics

Environmental psychologist explains Dragons of Inaction

Nanaimo firefighters put out car fire, no one hurt

Fire happened just before 10 p.m. Thursday on Nanaimo’s Holly Avenue