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Union local skeptical of proposed deal

NANAIMO – Resident of the union representing education support workers has reservations about a tentative proposal with the province.
Coroner probes B.C. youth suicides

Coroner probes B.C. youth suicides

Despite the media and political focus on bullying, mental illness is a much bigger source of youth suicides in B.C.
South Wellington student adjusting to Chase River Elementary

South Wellington student adjusting to Chase River Elementary

NANAIMO – South Wellington kids move to Chase River after closure

Snuneymuxw threatens legal action on closures

NANAIMO – First Nation says school district failed to consult on decision

Grants available from salmon foundation

NANAIMO – Volunteer environmental organizations can apply for project money through the foundation’s Community Salmon Program
Westwood waste collection

Westwood waste collection

NANAIMO – Employees at a Nanaimo financial institution volunteer to clean up Westwood Lake.
Info on social networks is never private: expert

Info on social networks is never private: expert

An internet safety talk by a Victoria police officer has Abbotsford students and parents reconsidering their online behaviour.

Nanaimo Mounties suspect broken windows result of BB gun or slingshot

NANAIMO – Incidents occur at night to random, parked cars.
VIDEO: $1.8 million in funding for 8 postsecondary schools

VIDEO: $1.8 million in funding for 8 postsecondary schools

Camosun College, VIU, Thompson Rivers and others will receive a one-time funding package from the Government of B.C.
B.C. MLAs work on financial disclosure

B.C. MLAs work on financial disclosure

Constituency assistants crowded into the idle B.C. legislative chamber Wednesday to learn new financial reporting requirements for MLAs.