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Nanaimo Aboriginal Centre affordable housing holds official opening

Housing complex on Bowen Road features units that are passive house certified

Discontent City campers say there’s room for cars and RVs

Organizers open up Nanaimo homeless camp to ‘hidden homeless’

Privacy lawyer warns against victim blaming in recent sextortion scams

Perpetrators get sexual photos of the victim and threaten to share them with friends and families

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Robots battle at Nanaimo school
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Life's amusing at Miners' Heritage Picnic in Nanaimo
Discontent City campers say there's room for cars and RVs

Canadians swear off American-made goods, cancel trips to U.S. amid trade dispute

#BuyCanadian online campaign growing as trade stand-off causes resentment by many

CREA cuts home sales forecast, May sales down 16.2% compared with year ago

Updated forecast came as CREA reported actual home sales in May hit a seven-year low

Nanaimo mayoral candidate Smith announces he’ll try for city council, instead

‘There’s no prize for second place,’ says Norm Smith

Mayoral candidate Krog foresees change on Nanaimo council

‘You’re going to see a change in government here in Nanaimo,’ says MLA

Amber Alert cancelled after girl, 7, found safe in Quebec

She was found shortly after Quebec provincial police issued the alert

RCMP find body of missing woman who fell into B.C. River

The body of Jessie Lavallee was found in the North Thompson River south of Barriere

  • Jun 16th, 2018

30 degrees and warmer forecasted with heat wave in B.C.

The weather could stay well into next week, according to Environment Canada

Search for mariners who capsized near Tofino now missing persons case

“Our thoughts are with the loved ones of the missing.”

‘It’s daunting:’ Family of paralyzed Broncos player preparing for next phase

Ryan Straschnitzki is undergoing physiotherapy in Philadelphia after becoming paralyzed in bus crash

Police will ‘thoroughly review’ recommendations in murder inquest: RCMP

Inquest jury recommended policies for ‘potential grievous bodily harm’ calls, and increased training

Labour pains: cheap help is hard to find on Vancouver Island

Big Read: high demand for workers, lack of affordable living mean imperfect storm for businesses

Woman run over by car a ‘poster girl for bike helmets’

Couple thanks community after bystanders, police lift up car at accident scene

B.C. Indian Band moves toward becoming a dry reserve

Death of young Penticton man catalyst to work towards becoming alcohol and drug free reserve

  • Jun 15th, 2018

B.C.’s top cop is all business

Deputy commissioner brings CEO investment/return attitude to her job