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Controversial urban farming bylaw considered for third reading

Lantzville Council holding special meeting Thursday on urban agriculture bylaws.

Teachers appeal arbitrator's ruling on class size report

The Nanaimo District Teachers' Association is attempting to take its case against a class-size report to an arbitrator again.

Free legal clinics deal with debt

Street Legal Nanaimo now runs free legal advice clinics for people struggling with debt and consumer issues.
Nanaimo residents evacuated due to gas leak

Nanaimo residents evacuated due to gas leak

Dozens of Nanaimo residents and businesses were evacuated Wednesday following a gas leak.

Paddlers want a voice in Dragon Boat Festival's future

dragon boat paddlers attend AGM meeting to provide input on future of festival.

Students drop everything and read

Hundreds of Nanaimo students put their regular studies aside to enjoy a good book Monday.

Union speaks out about special needs cuts

The union that represents Nanaimo school district's support workers has started a campaign to try to get funding restored for some special needs students.

Candidates concerned with growth on Gabriola

Managed growth, water use and parkland are big issues in the municipal election and Gabriola Island is no different.

Nanaimo teachers host open houses

Parents, school trustee candidates and anyone else with burning questions for teachers are invited to attend a series of open houses.

Nanaimo's new economic leader arrives

With its chief executive officer now at the helm and a board of directors ready to get to work, the Nanaimo Economic Development Corporation is ready to market the Harbour City to the rest of the world.