Hundreds attend community memorial in Fernie

The City of Fernie hosted the community memorial to honour Hornquist, Smith and Podloski

Powerful earthquake on Iran-Iraq border kills over 400

Authorities in Iran’s western Kermanshah province say the quake killed 407 people in the country and injured 6,700. Kermanshah

Economic committee takes off in Lantzville

Committee to focus on economic and brand development for Lantzville

The Great Nanaimo Toy Drive kicks off 2017 campaign
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        Draft plan presented for Nanaimo’s waterfront walkway

        Five sections, including $3.4M Cilaire segment, identified as ‘quick wins’

        New Clippers owners officially introduced

        Wes and Penny Mussio of Vancouver are the new majority owners of the Nanaimo’s BCHL club

        Report says Nanaimo hospital ‘failing significantly’ in managing people

        Island Health official calls report very damaging and damning

        Veterans who have considered suicide noted in national Remembrance Day service

        Studies suggest veterans are more at risk than active service members

        VIDEO: What Remembrance Day means to Nanaimo residents

        We asked Nanaimo ceremony attendees what Remembrance Day means to them. Here are their responses.

        PHOTOS: Thousands gather across B.C. for Remembrance Day

        Ceremony in Vancouver included a 21-gun salute and a flyby from the Royal Canadian Air Force

        Canada’s decision to decline TPP agreement shouldn’t be surprising: Trudeau

        Trudeau said that despite some significant progress on deal’s framework there’s still more work

        Thieves steal batteries worth $14,000 from rail company

        Southern Railway, located on Tenth Street, had a break-in sometime overnight on Wednesday, Nov. 8

        11th day of 11th month: War dead honoured on Armistice Day

        The bell of Parliament’s Big Ben clock tower sounded the hour in London

        B.C. says 50-50 pot tax split with feds not good enough, province needs more

        Ottawa is proposing an excise tax of $1 per gram of marijuana or 10 per cent of final retail price

        ‘We were sitting ducks’:100-year-old war veteran shares memories of Dieppe

        Honorary Col. David Lloyd Hart still remembers every detail of the bloody and chaotic scene in 1942

        Women’s changing role in war

        The presence of women in the Canadian military goes back over a century

        REMEMBRANCE DAY: Keeping an eye on the coast

        Nanaimo’s Gord Buch served in the Royal Canadian Navy in the post-war years

        REMEMBRANCE DAY: Dieppe declassified

        Museum exhibit reveals truth about ill-fated Second World War mission

        Coun. Brennan chosen as Nanaimo’s newest RDN representative

        Eight of nine city councillors now sit on regional district board