Nicholas Pescod

Lantzville to pay duty chief firefighter for weekend work

Lantzville Fire Rescue's duty chief officer position will receive $150 per weekend

Indigenous economic inclusion needs to be ‘new reality,’ former government advisor says

Carol Anne Hilton talks to Nanaimo business community about 'indigenomics'

City of Nanaimo long-listed 38 possible sites for supportive housing

Recently released in-camera information shows city-owned properties that were looked at in 2018

Developer holds groundbreaking ceremony for downtown Nanaimo hotel

PEG Developments plans to build nine-storey hotel across from Vancouver Island Conference Centre

Lantzville opts against forming social media committee

Committee would have helped district council develop policy on social media behaviour

Licensed cannabis store opens in Nanaimo’s north end

Mood Cannabis Company's Metral Drive location opened Jan. 18

Lantzville approves 23-per cent property tax increase

District facing millions in upcoming infrastructure costs

Lantzville taps into new water connection policy

Newly adopted policy gives staff increased authority over issuing new water connections

Nanaimo council issues permit for mixed-use building on Terminal Avenue

29-unit residential building and cafe restaurant planned at 930 Terminal Ave.

City of Nanaimo reaches settlement with fired chief operations officer

Brad McRae had launched human rights complaint after being fired while on medical leave

City of Nanaimo announces hiring of new senior manager

Shelley Legin hired as the city's general manager of corporate services

CPA Alberta to hold disciplinary hearing for Nanaimo’s ex-CFO

Victor Mema will be asked about allegations of $14,000 in personal expenses in Nanaimo

Nanaimo’s ex-CAO directing film about city manager taking on establishment’s ‘swampy ways’

Tracy Samra producing and directing movie called Diversion

Solidarity rally supporting the Wet’suwet’en First Nation takes place in Nanaimo

Supporters urge B.C. government to respect indigenous rights

Nanaimo’s ex-CAO directing film about city manager taking on establishment’s ‘swampy ways’

Tracy Samra producing and directing movie called Diversion

Port Alberni mom who claimed indigenous smudging ceremony infringed on religious freedoms loses case

B.C. Supreme Court judge releases ruling in Servatius case against Alberni school district

Vancouver Island mom loses case on Indigenous smudging ceremony in daughter’s class

B.C. Supreme Court judge releases ruling in Servatius case against Alberni school district

10-storey hotel building proposed along Nanaimo’s waterfront

Building at 1000 Stewart Ave. would include 110 hotel suites plus condos and two conference rooms

Nanaimo’s first baby of the new decade is a boy

Nasch Oxler Aguiar was born on Jan. 1 at 3:56 a.m. at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital

Ministry willing to work with Lantzville on highway concerns

Province will consider electronic travel signs, RCMP Island District won't add enforcement