The Nanaimo News Bulletin has chosen a selection of photos of the year for 2017.

News Bulletin’s 2017 photos of the year

Some of our best photos of the year, as well as photos representing significant news stories of 2017

The Nanaimo News Bulletin has chosen a selection of photos of the year for 2017.

The images include of our best photos of the year, as well as photos representing significant news stories of 2017.

For photos of the year from Black Press papers across B.C., click here.

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B.C. sets terms to review police, mental health, race relations

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