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Group tees off to fight hunger

Group tees off to fight hunger

NANAIMO – Salvation Army set to drive away hunger at its ninth annual Charity Golf Classic Tuesday (June 25) at Cottonwood Golf Course.

Women join harassment lawsuit against RCMP

More than 280 women come forward to join a class action lawsuit filed against the RCMP by a former Nanaimo Mountie.
Africa trip changes lives

Africa trip changes lives

NANAIMO – A trip to West Africa left several Nanaimo District Secondary School students changed.

Nanaimo Mounties and museum gathering guns

NANAIMO – Firearms by the dozens being handed over to RCMP during gun amnesty. Vancouver Island Military Museum also taking donated weapons.

City to host open houses on food strategy

Delegation hopes economic opportunities take flight with WestJet service to Calgary

NANAIMO – Reduced number of business delegates will take inaugural WestJet flight from Nanaimo to Calgary.

Nanaimo, Lantzville to pursue water deal

NANAIMO – Critics say conservation, other issues not being addressed.

Nanaimo man burned in smoking mishap

NANAIMO – Apartment tenant discovers smoking and oxygen are a bad combination.
Rain swells Kootenay rivers, closes roads

Rain swells Kootenay rivers, closes roads

The Trans Canada Highway is closed due to Alberta flooding, and other Kootenay highways are also affected

City staff highlight risk from dam breach

NANAIMO – Emotion is butting heads with corporate responsibility over Colliery Dam Park.