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City of Nanaimo reaches settlement with fired chief operations officer

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

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

B.C. mom loses case about Indigenous smudging ceremony in daughter’s class

B.C. Supreme Court judge releases ruling in case against Port 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

Hotel developer assures Nanaimo that a groundbreaking is coming

PEG Developments reaffirms commitment to conference centre hotel

Spiky armour helps protect pooches from larger animals

The PredatorBwear harness, invented by two B.C. women, expected to be available in the new year

Construction on Nanaimo spill response base slated to begin in the spring

Western Canada Marine Response Corporation not expecting additional delays

Transportation Safety Board finishes work at B.C. plane crash site, investigation continues

Transport Canada provides information bulletin, family of victim releases statement

UPDATED: Transportation Safety Board finishes work at plane crash site, investigation continues

Transport Canada provides information bulletin, family of victim releases statement

Nanaimo Flying Club to honour pilot killed in Gabriola plane crash

Alex Bahlsen remembered by club as a ‘great guy’ and a leader

Process to identify those killed in Gabriola plane crash could take days

Canadian flight museum suggests Alex Bahlsen of Mill Bay died in Tuesday’s crash

Process to identify those killed in Gabriola plane crash could take days

Canadian flight museum suggests Alex Bahlsen of Mill Bay died in Tuesday’s crash

Concern grows as deadline looms for major downtown Nanaimo hotel development

PEG Developments say they’re pushing to break ground before Dec. 31 deadline

Nanaimo’s first licensed cannabis store opens Monday

19+ Cannabis opening its doors on Dec. 3.

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

Hearing concludes in case regarding indigenous cultural practice in Vancouver Island classroom

Smudging in B.C. classroom did not affect Christian family’s faith, says school district lawyer

Lawyers make closing arguments in a Port Alberni case about the Indigenous cultural practice

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

Family’s lawyer says ceremony wasn’t a demonstration but an event the students participated in

Teacher tells B.C. Supreme Court that student was ‘happy’ to watch smudging ceremony in classroom

Case being heard in Nanaimo over indigenous cultural practice in Port Alberni classroom