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New online technology will facilitate improved public participation to help guide plan.
Conservative MP James Lunney said former Island MP Jim Manly shouldn't be surprised the voyage ended with incarceration.
Defend Our Coast rallies set for Victoria, Nanaimo, other B.C. communities
More than 23,000 people took part across the region in the Great British Columbia ShakeOut drill.
Site where Art Baker took an automotive course and where VIU began designated as an historic site
The Great British Columbia Shakeout Drill designed to encourage earthquake preparedness.
Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of Canada, to make his only B.C appearance in 2012 in Nanaimo Monday.
NANAIMO: Group says it has evidence property was intended to be a park.
Discovering how polluted soil beneath Terminal Trench is will help determine future redevelopment opportunities.
Chief says all local stakeholders and the province will be consulted for input.
NANAIMO: Station joins three other properties on the Heritage Building Property Tax Exemption list.
Strong Canadian dollar will help city save thousands of dollars.
Little precipitation expected throughout October
NANAIMO: Public advised to use caution when using Nanaimo River this week.
Beginning Oct. 1, LightRecycle will accept all residential and industrial lighting products for recycling.
New system will reduce stress on courts, shorten dispute times.
Nanaimo city council put forward four resolutions while attending the annual Union…
Western Acres residents latest in line of Nanaimo neighbourhoods to ask for sewer services.
NANAIMO" Disease affects 1,400 people on Island, scientists closer to halting epidemic.
NANAIMO: We’re getting a little carried away with legislation intended to protect us from ourselves.