Highway 19A reopened north of Qualicum Beach

Repair work completed 48 hours after Sunday washout near Cook Creek Road

Vigil held for woman whose remains were found on Shuswap farm

Family and friends remember Vernon resident Traci Genereaux and along with five other missing women

  • Nov 21st, 2017

VIDEO: Government approves funding of $750,000 drug for B.C. woman

Approval comes one day after province announces funding for Soliris on a case-by-case basis

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
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      Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP seeks secret ballot to save abandoned vessels bill

      Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP Sheila Malcolmson is seeking a secret ballot to save her private member’s bill.

      Cannabidiol products available in Summerland

      Products contain medical benefits of cannabis, but with no psychoactive properties

      New B.C. rehab centre opened in memory of son

      Drugs killed her son, and now a Penticton mother hopes to change the system so it doesn’t take anyone else’s

      Deceased man found near Courtenay school

      The man was identified as a 34-year-old Courtenay resident

      Suspects crawl under fence to steal generator

      A red Honda generator was stolen Nov. 9 from Raylec Power on Maughan Road

      Police need public’s help to find suspect

      NANAIMO – RCMP investigators hope public can help track down a suspect they believe is in Nanaimo.

      UPDATE: Washington Governor Jay Inslee visits B.C.

      Premier John Horgan talks trains, trade with southern neighbour

      E-town hall meeting will focus on city financial plan

      Residents can participate in the the city’s 2018-2022 financial plan process at a meeting Dec. 4

      Ikea relaunches dresser recall after eighth child dies

      Recall is for all Ikea chest and dressers and include 8 million Malm chest and dressers that were sold from 2002 through June 2016.

      Nearly half of recently immigrated kids in B.C. are poor: report

      A new study suggests immigrant children make up a large percentage of B.C.’s impoverished

      Committee of the whole meetings will move back to conference centre

      City of Nanaimo’s COW meetings are currently held at the service and resource centre

      Viral video shows deer killed on Snapchat in Campbell River

      RCMP say they have identified those involved and are working with conservation officers

      UPDATE: CBS fires Charlie Rose following allegations

      Charlie Rose is the latest public figure to be accused with sexual misconduct allegations

      B.C. flaggers rally after colleague struck in Okanagan

      Traffic Control Personnel respond to colleague being hit in Lavington

      B.C. government poverty strategy tour set to begin

      Victoria first for B.C. committee, province-wide until next March