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Greg Sakaki

I have been in the community newspaper business for two decades, all of those years with Black Press Media. I started at the 100 Mile House Free Press in 2003 as a general news reporter, then joined the Nanaimo News Bulletin team in 2004. I spent 13 years as a sports editor before becoming managing editor in 2017.
editor@nanaimobulletin.com

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editor@nanaimobulletin.com

Recent Work by Greg

Plans for old hotel in Nanaimo advance despite Snuneymuxw’s opposition

Plans for old hotel in Nanaimo advance despite Snuneymuxw’s opposition

More than 750 residential units planned at former Howard Johnson site
Nanaimo’s new Harewood turf fields officially open

Nanaimo’s new Harewood turf fields officially open

Flag football games were played ahead of an opening ceremony April 20
Count shows more people experiencing homelessness than ever in Nanaimo

Count shows more people experiencing homelessness than ever in Nanaimo

Point-in-time count tallies 515 people experiencing homelessness, with 404 unsheltered
RDN’s municipalities accept new regional growth strategy

RDN’s municipalities accept new regional growth strategy

Draft growth strategy includes new goals around climate adaptation, transit and housing
VIU Mariners building a strong base for college ball season

VIU Mariners building a strong base for college ball season

Team playing .500 to start Canadian College Baseball Conference season
Millions in funding returned as company fails to re-start Crofton paper operations

Millions in funding returned as company fails to re-start Crofton paper operations

Paper Excellence returns $4.5 million to province
BC Ferries decides it won’t be moving Crofton terminal

BC Ferries decides it won’t be moving Crofton terminal

Municipality and community members had indicated preference for re-locating terminal
B.C. Ferries decides it won’t be moving Crofton terminal

B.C. Ferries decides it won’t be moving Crofton terminal

Municipality and community members had indicated preference for moving terminal
Town of Ladysmith will increase parking enforcement downtown

Town of Ladysmith will increase parking enforcement downtown

Report finds average downtown parking utilization is 36 per cent
Conservative leader Poilievre rallies Nanaimo crowd against carbon tax

Conservative leader Poilievre rallies Nanaimo crowd against carbon tax

Opposition leader talks taxes and monetary policy at Vancouver Island Conference Centre
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