Nicholas Pescod

Nanaimo’s first licensed cannabis store opens Tuesday

19+ Cannabis opening its doors on Dec. 3.

Lantzville council passes first three readings of district’s budget

Councillors nudge down tax increase to 23 per cent, pass three readings of 2020-2024 financial plan

Lantzville won’t move ahead with idea to convert park into beach parking lot

Councillors had requested report on costs of converting Sebastion Road Park into gravel parking area

District of Lantzville decides to ask whole community about Sebastion Road project

Open house to be held Dec. 2 at Lantzville's district hall

Province argues in B.C. Supreme Court for smudging in schools, says it relates to curriculum

Hearing for case regarding indigenous cultural practice in Port Alberni classroom concluded Friday

Province argues in B.C. Supreme Court for smudging in schools, says it relates to curriculum

Hearing for case regarding indigenous cultural practice in classroom concluded Friday in Nanaimo

Smudging in B.C. classroom had ‘trivial’ impact on Christian family’s faith, says school district’s lawyer

Lawyers lay out arguments in case regarding indigenous cultural practice in Port Alberni classroom

Teacher says student was ‘happy’ to watch smudging ceremony at Port Alberni school

B.C. Supreme Court in Nanaimo hearing case over indigenous cultural practice in classroom

Teacher says student was ‘happy’ to watch smudging ceremony at Vancouver Island school

B.C. Supreme Court in Nanaimo hearing case over indigenous cultural practice in Alberni classroom

‘Our culture is not a religion,’ Indigenous educator tells court in case of smudging at Port Alberni school

Mother also gave evidence Tuesday in B.C. Supreme Court in Nanaimo, case continues Wednesday

‘Our culture is not a religion,’ indigenous educator tells Nanaimo court in case of smudging at school

Mother also gave evidence Tuesday in B.C. Supreme Court, case continues Wednesday

Alberni student tells B.C. Supreme Court she wasn’t allowed to leave indigenous smudging ceremony

Girl cross-examined Monday in Nanaimo courtroom, case continues Tuesday

Lantzville seeks changes to policing cost model for small towns

Policing costs significantly increase once a municipality's population exceeds 5,000

Student tells Nanaimo courtroom she wasn’t allowed to leave indigenous smudging ceremony

Girl cross-examined Monday in B.C. Supreme Court in Nanaimo

New VIU president sworn in at ceremony at Snuneymuxw Longhouse

Deborah Saucier says VIU is committed to inclusion and reconciliation with indigenous peoples

Lantzville’s potential property tax increase ticks up to almost 25 per cent

Additional increase due to creation of reserve funds

Lantzville park could become gravel parking lot for beach-goers

Lantzville council request costs associated with converting Sebastion Road Park into parking area

Mixed-use, five-storey development pitched close to downtown Nanaimo

Proposed development would be located at Fry Street and Esplanade

‘Your own kingdom:’ Private island near Nanaimo up for sale

Lily Island listed for $1.4 million

‘Your own kingdom:’ Private island near Nanaimo up for sale

Lily Island listed for $1.4 million