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Controversial Pioneer Forest to be transferred to city ownership, retained as park.
Ruttan says he was well aware of conflict potential and had excused himself from previous council discussions on topic.
NANAIMO – M's take on Christian Bible College, Kwantlen this weekend in basketball action at VIU gym
NANAIMO: Land trust ready to give its first Nanaimo RIver update.
An estimated 500 residents attend meeting to voice concerns over city plans to demolish two dams.
Board rules ferry terminal and property virtually worthless, West Vancouver could have to return $750,000 in taxes.
Minor ticket disputes will now be heard outside of provincial court
NANAIMO: Haven Society is in the process of entering local classrooms through its Violence is Preventable program.
NANAIMO: Organizations want to begin a discussion to reconnect business with residents.
NANAIMO: Public meeting scheduled for Nov. 20 to gauge opposition to city's decision to remove dams, drain lakes.
Single track loop at Westwood Lake will reduce hiker-biker conflicts, provide riders with a protected trail.
Proceeds from event help fund salmon enhancement projects in mid-Island region.
The second phase of the Harewood Neighbourhood Plan process began this week,…
Targets Nanaimo Port Authority, senior levels of government with legal actions
NANAIMO: Nature in the City features seven films relevant to planning communities.
NANAIMO: Three-month campaign by resident aimed to protect dogs.
City council expected to consider lease agreement for Bowne park location on Nov. 19.
NANAIMO – The name Brother XII doesn't pass easily across the lips of people who know his story.
NANAIMO: New Quarterway Bridge, four-lanes of traffic highlight $11.1-million widening of Bowen Road.
More than 3,500 people voiced opposition to two pipeline projects planned for B.C.