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De Jong talks jobs and economy leading up to debate in Nanaimo

B.C. Liberal leadership candidates will be at the conference centre Sunday, Nov. 19

Nanaimo man has Captain America wallet stolen

The theft happened Nov. 5 at about 5 a.m., noted an unsolved crimes report provided by Nanaimo RCMP

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          Storm forces ferry to be re-routed

          The ferry corporation cancelled two scheduled sailings in and out of Tsawwassen on Tuesday night

          Dozens pay tribute to murdered Victoria teen Reena Virk

          Father advises gatherers to maintain a dialogue with their children as they reach adolescence and seek independence

          PHOTOS: Nanaimo remembers war vets on Remembrance Day

          Sights and sounds from today’s City of Nanaimo Remembrance Day ceremony.

          Protection service officer at Cowichan Hospital gets award for handling man with knife

          Charles Kraeling honoured for his heroic actions at the health facility during an incident in July.

          Several vehicles damaged in high-speed crash in Port Alberni

          Car crashes into tree, causes tree to fall onto parked vehicles

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          Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre to receive $1.5M

          The funding will support the creation of a standardized system for first responders across Canada

          Rain and wind to pummel B.C.’s south coast

          Vancouver, Vancouver Island and Howe Sound will get the worst of it

          Man arrested after allegedly groping woman, fondling himself on bus

          Nanaimo man was taken into custody in West Vancouver

          ‘Weinstein Effect’ goes global as powerful men confronted

          Emboldened by the women, and men, who have spoken up, the “Weinstein Effect” is rippling across the globe

          Today marks 20-year anniversary of Victoria teen’s murder

          An event is being held today in the memory of Reena Virk, who was murdered 20 years ago in Victoria

          B.C. residents call on Parks Canada to not kill beavers

          A battle has started on South Pender Island where residents are vowing to save beavers

          Stories from the overdose crisis’ front lines

          Drug users and first responders share stories from the B.C. overdose crisis’ front lines

          Donair Cam: Watch your meat on the spit

          Halifax’s official food now live streaming 24 hours a day

          Father of missing B.C. woman fundraises for drones to help in search

          “We’ll fight this right to the very end,” said Simpson. ”We’ll bring our daughter home and lay her to rest here.”

          Home sales in B.C. rise in October

          Home sales in B.C. rise in October despite higher prices, less choice