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Chris Bush

Chris Bush

As a photographer/reporter with the Nanaimo News Bulletin since 1998, I've been fortunate to write about and photograph an endless variety of stories and events, especially those involving science and technology and the people who make positive contributions to our world. Telling their stories is just one of many important roles of community news. I've even been privileged to win a few regional, provincial, and national awards along the way. My spare time is divided between cycling, photography, music, reading, family, and road trip adventures, short or long, by bike or by car.
chris.bush@nanaimobulletin.com

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chris.bush@nanaimobulletin.com

Recent Work by Chris

City considering AAP for community centre in Nanaimo's south end

City considering AAP for community centre in Nanaimo's south end

Potential site
Multiple departments battle hog fuel fire at Nanaimo’s Harmac mill

Multiple departments battle hog fuel fire at Nanaimo’s Harmac mill

High winds, heat caused mulch piles to spontaneously burst into flame
Steep-slope townhouse development approved for north Nanaimo

Steep-slope townhouse development approved for north Nanaimo

Nanaimo city council has given its thumbs-up to multi-family townhouse development on Hammond Bay Road
Passerby pulls man from burning motorhome in Nanaimo

Passerby pulls man from burning motorhome in Nanaimo

Occupant with 'significant burns' airlifted to hospital in Victoria
Car crashes through front entrance of Nanaimo nail salon

Car crashes through front entrance of Nanaimo nail salon

Incident occurred July 11, causing building and vehicle damage but no injuries
Re-zoning approved for 168 residential units in north Nanaimo

Re-zoning approved for 168 residential units in north Nanaimo

Two-building project planned on Bergen-Op-Zoom Drive
Nanaimo council delays decision on $90-million public works yard upgrade

Nanaimo council delays decision on $90-million public works yard upgrade

Councillors want closer look at how borrowing might impact the city's other capital projects
Nanaimo manufacturer 'brakes' into electric commercial vehicle market

Nanaimo manufacturer 'brakes' into electric commercial vehicle market

VMAC now manufacturing electric air brake compressors for zero-emission heavy duty vehicles
Hundreds of high school students crowd downtown Nanaimo for graduation

Hundreds of high school students crowd downtown Nanaimo for graduation

Grad class of 2024 drummed into ceremony with Snuneymuxw welcome
City of Nanaimo eyes 'one and done' $90-million option for public works yard

City of Nanaimo eyes 'one and done' $90-million option for public works yard

Governance and priorities committee discusses new staff report presenting three options
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